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  1. Student Note 1 item
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      If you have difficulty with any of the resources in this reading list please email your Liaison Librarian Jane Shaw j.shaw2@keele.ac.uk to let her know.  Thanks

  2. Main Textbooks 3 items
    1. Reward management: alternatives, consequences and contexts - Stephen J. Perkins, Geoff White 2011

      Book Recommended

    2. Reward management: a critical text - Geoff White, J. Druker 2009

      Book Recommended

  3. Other books 9 items
    1. Labour relations - Frank Burchill 2014

      Book Recommended

    2. Industrial relations: theory and practice - Trevor Colling, Mike Terry 2010

      Book Recommended

    3. Rethinking reward - Susan Corby, Esmond Lindop, Steve Palmer 2009

      Book Recommended

    4. Economics - Richard G. Lipsey, K. Alec Chrystal 2015

      Book Recommended

    5. Human resource management at work - Mick Marchington 2016

      Book Recommended

    6. Employment relations - Edward Rose 2008

      Book Recommended The ebook linked to here is the earlier 2004 (2nd) edition

    7. Contemporary employment relations: a critical introduction - Steve Williams, Derek Adam-Smith 2009

      Book Recommended

  4. Journals 3 items
    1. IDS pay report - Incomes Data Services

      Journal Recommended Available in print in the Library

    2. IRS employment review

      Journal Recommended Available in print in the Library

    3. Workplace report

      Journal Recommended Available in print in the Library

  5. Useful websites 4 items
  6. Lecture 1: Introduction 7 items
    1. Essential Reading 6 items
      1. Reward Management - M. Gilman 2009

        Chapter Essential Available as a digitised reading

      2. Remuneration Systems - I. Kessler 2013

        Chapter Essential The ebook linked to here is the earlier edition

      3. Introducing the reward management system

        Chapter Essential Chapter 1 pp 1 - 18

      4. Trends in Pay and Conditions in 2013 - Income Data Services 2013

        Article Essential Available as a digitised reading

      5. Where Might Pay be Going in 2015? - Income Data Services 2014

        Article Essential Available as a digitised reading

    2. Additional Reading 1 item
      1. Trends and tensions: an overview - S. Corby 2009

        Chapter Recommended Read Chapter 1

  7. Lecture 2: The Market for labour 8 items
    1. Essential Reading 6 items
      1. The Market for Labour - F. Burchill 2008

        Chapter Essential

      2. The Going Rate for the Job: Pay According to the Market - Sarah Dennis 2006

        Article Essential Available as a digitised reading

      3. Regional Pay Differences are Minimal Outside South East - Incomes Data Services 2011

        Article Essential Available as a digitised reading

      4. The Role of Government - Richard G. Lipsey, K. Alec Chrystal 2015

        Chapter Essential

      5. Conceptual and theoretical frameworks - Stephen J. Perkins, Geoff White 2011

        Chapter Essential

      6. Regional Earnings Data: The Capitals Dominance Remains - Income Data Services 2014

        Article Essential Available as a digitised reading

    2. Additional Reading 2 items
      1. The Management of Pay - Brown et al 2003

        Chapter Recommended

      2. Pay for the Fastest Expanding and Contracting Occupations - Income Data Sevices 2013

        Article Recommended Available as a digitised reading

  8. Lecture 3: Pay Determination - dispersion and differentials 9 items
    1. Essential Reading 6 items
      1. Pay and working time - D. Grimshaw, J. Ruberry 2010

        Chapter Essential Especially pp 349 - 352

      2. Economics - Richard G. Lipsey, K. Alec Chrystal 2015

        Book Essential Chapter 11

      3. Wages and Wage Inequality 1970-2000 - F. Kondylis, J. Wadsworth 2007

        Chapter Essential

      4. Conceptual and Theoretical Frameworks - Stephen J. Perkins, Geoff White 2011

        Chapter Essential

      5. Determining Pay - Geoff White, J. Druker 2009

        Chapter Essential

      6. Contemporary employment relations: a critical introduction - Steve Williams, Derek Adam-Smith 2009

        Book Essential Chapter 7 especially pp 253-273

    2. Additional Reading 3 items
      1. The Management of Pay - Paul K. Edwards 2003

        Chapter Recommended

  9. Lecture 4: Pay Inequality 9 items
    1. Essential Reading 5 items
      1. Pay Equity: Gender and Age - Susan Corby 2009

        Chapter Essential

      2. Equity and fairness in Reward Management - Mick Marchington, Adrian Wilkinson 2012

        Chapter Essential

    2. Additional Reading 4 items
      1. Gender Pay Gap Persists, Survey Finds - Industrial Relations Services 2006

        Article Recommended Available as a digitised reading

  10. Lecture 5: Pay statistics ASHE and preparing assessment 1 2 items
    1. Reading 2 items
      1. ASHE 2005: Earnings Growth Fails to Keep Pace with Inflation - Rachel Suff 2005

        Article Recommended Available as a digitised reading

  11. Lecture 6: Pay Structure 12 items
    1. Essential Reading 6 items
      1. Pay - Frank Burchill 2008

        Chapter Essential This chapter is not included in the later edition (2014, 4th)

      2. Building Blocks of Reward: How Pay is Structured - Incomes Data Services 2012

        Article Essential Available as a digitised reading

      3. Making the Grade for Pay - Sarah Dennis 2005

        Article Essential Available as a digitised reading

      4. Reward choices: strategy and equity - I. Kessler 2007

        Chapter Essential

      5. Pay Setting, Composition and Progression - Stephen J. Perkins, Geoff White 2016

        Chapter Essential

      6. Wage Systems - Geoff White, J. Druker 2009

        Chapter Essential

    2. Additional Reading 6 items
      1. No news is good news? Evaluating new pay systems - Susan Corby, Geoff White, Celia Stanworth 2005

        Article Recommended

      2. Manual Work and Pay 1900 - 70 - I. Gazeley 2007

        Chapter Recommended

      3. Payment by Results Systems: British Evidence - John S. Heywood, W. S. Siebert, Xiangdong Wei 03/1997

        Article Recommended

      4. Case Study: Developing a New Pay and Grading System Across an International Organisation - Income Data Services 2014

        Article Recommended Available as a digitised reading

  12. Lecture 7: Job Evaluation 11 items
    1. Essential Reading 4 items
      1. Case Study: Job Evaluation at Stannah Stairlifts - Incomes Data Services 2011

        Article Essential Available as a digitised reading

      2. Building Blocks of Reward: Job Evaluation - Income Data Services 2013

        Article Essential Available as a digitised reading

      3. Base pay structures and relationships - Stephen Perkins, Geoff White 2011

        Chapter Essential For job evaluation see pp 119-138

    2. Additional Reading 7 items
      1. Job evaluation: considerations and risks - ACAS Advisory Booklet 2014

        Document Recommended

      2. Reward management: a handbook of remuneration strategy and practice - Michael Armstrong, Helen Murlis 2005

        Book Recommended Read Chapters 10, 11 and 12 together with Part 4 Grade and Pay Structure

      3. Labour relations - Frank Burchill 2014

        Book Recommended Pages 148-153. The earlier edition is also available from the Library (2008) pp.153-158

      4. What is Job Evaluation? - Incomes Data Services 2000

        Article Recommended Available as a digitised reading

      5. Job evaluation systems and pay grade structures: do they match? - Tjarda Van Sliedregt, Olga F. Voskuijl, Henk Thierry 01/2001

        Article Recommended

      6. Pay Structure: Fire Brigades - Income Data Services 2014

        Article Recommended Available as a digitised reading

  13. Lecture 8 Performance management and payment systems 8 items
    1. Essential Reading 4 items
      1. Part 5: Performance Management - Michael Armstrong, Helen Murlis 2004

        Chapter Essential

      2. Merit or Demerit: How Might we Reform Performance Pay? - Income Data Services 2013

        Article Essential Available as a digitised reading

      3. Performance Management - Mick Marchington 2016

        Chapter Essential

    2. Additional Reading 4 items
      1. Performance Appraisal Systems: Determinants and Change - Michelle Brown, John S. Heywood 2005

        Article Recommended

      2. Line Managers Need More Input in Reward Strategy - Industrial Relations Services 2006

        Article Recommended Available as a digitised reading

      3. Performance and rewards: cleaning out the stables - Chris Hendry, Sally Woodward, Paola Bradley, Stephen Perkins 07/2000

        Article Recommended

      4. Successful Union Campaign Shows How to Yank the Ranking 2017

        Article Recommended Available in print from the Library

  14. Lecture 9 Performance related pay 13 items
    1. Essential Reading 5 items
      1. Labour relations - Frank Burchill 2014

        Book Essential Read pp.145-148. An earlier edition is also available (2008) pp.149-153

      2. Reward management: alternatives, consequences and contexts - Stephen J. Perkins, Geoff White 2011

        Book Essential Read pp.168-179

      3. Performance-Related Pay for Police Officers? - Incomes Data Services 2012

        Article Essential Available as a digitised reading

      4. Does Reward Influence Motivation and Performance? - Income Data Services 2013

        Article Essential Available as a digitised reading

      5. What a performance: performance related pay in the public services - David Marsden, Stephen French, London School of Economics and Political Science. Centre for Economic Performance 1998

        Book Essential

    2. Additional Reading 8 items
      1. Reward management: a handbook of remuneration strategy and practice - Michael Armstrong, Helen Murlis 2005

        Book Recommended Read pp 168 - 179

      2. Pay 4 Performance at Yorkshire Water - Adam Geldman 2005

        Article Recommended Available as a digitised reading

      3. Performing Flexible Reward at Severn Trent Water - Sheila Attwood 2005

        Article Essential Available as a digitised reading

      4. Performance related pay: contrasting approaches - Ian Kessler, Paul A. Smith 1994

        Article Recommended

      5. Contemporary employment relations: a critical introduction - Steve Williams, Derek Adam-Smith 2009

        Book Recommended Read pp 265 -268

  15. Lecture 10 Contemporary issues of reward management 5 items
    1. Essential Reading 4 items
      1. Reward management: alternatives, consequences and contexts - Stephen J. Perkins, Geoff White 2011

        Book Recommended Read pp 5 - 8, Chapters 8 and 9

      2. Reward System Choices - I. Kessler 2001

        Chapter Recommended

      3. Renumeration systems - I. Kessler 2013

        Chapter Recommended

      4. Benefits - Angela Wright 2000

        Chapter Recommended

    2. Addtional Reading 1 item
      1. Rethinking reward - Susan Corby, Esmond Lindop, Steve Palmer 2009

        Book Recommended Read Part III Benefit Issues

  16. Chapter 11 The State and pay: as an employer 11 items
    1. Essential Reading 4 items
      1. The state in Industrial Relations - R. Hyman 2008

        Chapter Essential

      2. Contemporary employment relations: a critical introduction - Steve Williams, Derek Adam-Smith 2009

        Book Essential Read pp 268 - 273

    2. Additional Reading 7 items
      1. Why Public and Private Sectors Are Not Directly Comparable - Incomes Data Services 2011

        Article Recommended Available as a digitised reading

      2. Government Values and Policies - S. Kessler, F. Bayliss 1998

        Chapter Recommended

      3. Government as Employer and Quasi-employer - S. Kessler 1998

        Chapter Recommended

      4. Comparability and Public Sector Pay Bargaining - Labour Research Department 2009

        Chapter Recommended Available as a digitised reading

      5. Government Pay Policy Pushes NHS Staff to Breaking Point - Workplace Report 2017

        Article Recommended Available in print from the Library

  17. Lecture 12 The State and pay: low pay and the national minimum wage 13 items
    1. Essential Reading 5 items
      1. Pay and working time - D. Grimshaw, J. Ruberry 2010

        Chapter Essential

      2. Contemporary employment relations: a critical introduction - Steve Williams, Derek Adam-Smith 2009

        Book Essential Read pp 273 - 284

      3. Living Wage Makes A “Huge Difference” to Workers - Labour Research Department 2012

        Chapter Essential Available as a digitised reading

    2. Additional Reading 8 items
      1. The Impact of the National Minimum Wage in Small Firms - James Arrowsmith, Mark W. Gilman, Paul Edwards, Monder Ram 2003

        Article Recommended

      2. Pay and working time - D. Grimshaw, J. Ruberry 2010

        Chapter Recommended

      3. Regulating pay: the UK's National Minimum Wage - James Arrowsmith

        Chapter Recommended

      4. Calculating Minimum Standards of Income - Incomes Data Services 2011

        Article Recommended Available as a digitised reading

      5. Employers' Views on the National Minimum Wage - Sarah Dennis 2007

        Article Recommended Available as a digitised reading

      6. NMW Continues to Bite for Minority of Employers - Industrial Relations Services 2007

        Article Recommended Available as a digitised reading

      7. Gap in Rates Closing Across Europe - Workplace Report 2017

        Article Recommended Available in print from the Library

  18. Lecture 13 The state and pay: public spending cuts 9 items
    1. Essential Reading 4 items
      1. Public Sector Employers Try to Do Government’s Dirty Work - Labour Research Department 2012

        Article Essential Available as a digitised reading

    2. Additional Reading 5 items
      1. Labour relations - Frank Burchill 2014

        Book Recommended Read pp. 155-156. An earlier edition is also available (2008) pp. 160-161

      2. Government's Pay Plans - Labour Research Department 2010

        Chapter Recommended Available as a digitised reading

  19. Lecture 14 Trade unions and pay: negotiation theory 11 items
    1. Essential Reading 6 items
      1. Negotiating - Frank Burchill 2014

        Chapter Essential

      2. Pay - Frank Burchill 2014

        Chapter Essential

      3. A behavioral theory of labor negotiations: an analysis of a social interaction system - Richard E. Walton, Robert B. McKersie 1991

        Book Essential Especially pp 4 - 10 for a general introduction on four subprocesses of labour negotiation

      4. Union Members Earn More - Labour Research Department 2010

        Article Essential Available as a digitised reading

    2. Additional Reading 5 items
      1. Walton and McKersie, - Frank Burchill 1999

        Article Recommended

      2. Pulling Together or Pulling Apart - Collective Bargaining Under the Economic Crisis - Incomes Data Services 2012

        Article Recommended Available as a digitised reading

      3. Negotiating the Current Three-Year Deal at BT - Incomes Data Services 2011

        Article Recommended Available as a digitised reading

      4. What Can Negotiators Do to Pull Up Workers’ Earnings? - Labour Research Department 2012

        Article Recommended Available as a digitised reading

      5. Negotiation and Negotiation Skills - Edward Rose 2008

        Chapter Recommended The ebook linked here is the earlier edition (2004, 2nd). Chapter pages may differ

  20. Digitised Readings 39 items
    1. Gender Pay Gap Persists, Survey Finds - Industrial Relations Services 2006

      Article 

    2. Union Members Earn More - Labour Research Department 2010

      Article 

    3. Government's Pay Plans - Labour Research Department 2010

      Chapter 

    4. What is Job Evaluation? - Incomes Data Services 2000

      Article 

    5. The Labour Market - Richard G. Lipsey, K. Alec Chrystal 2015

      Chapter 

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