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1. The Pay Model

1.1. Compensation Objectives

1.1.1. Efficiency Quality Customer Performance Stockholder Cost

1.1.2. Fairness

1.1.3. Ethics

1.1.4. Compliance

1.2. Policies

1.2.1. Internal Alignment

1.2.2. Competitiveness

1.2.3. Contributions

1.2.4. Management

1.3. Techniques

1.3.1. Internal Structure

1.3.2. Pay Structure

1.3.3. Pay For Performance

1.3.4. Evaluation

2. Forms of Pay

2.1. Total Returns

2.1.1. Total Compensation Cash Compensation Base Merit/ Cost of Living Short-term Incentives Long-term Incentives Benefits Income protection Work-Life Balance Allowances

2.1.2. Relational Returns Recognition & Status Employment Security Challenging Work Learning Opportunities

3. Definition

3.1. Compensation refers to all forms of financial returns and tangible services and benefits employees receive as part of an employment relationship.

4. Perspectives of Compensation

4.1. Employees' View

4.1.1. major source of financial security

4.1.2. Return in exchange

4.1.3. Entitlement for being an employee

4.1.4. Reward for job done

4.2. Managers' View

4.2.1. Major expense

4.2.2. Influence employee behavior and motivation

4.3. Stockholders' View

4.3.1. Create sense of ownership

4.3.2. Linking executive pay to company performance

4.4. Society's View

4.4.1. Measure of Justice

4.4.2. Benefits

4.4.3. Job losses or gain

4.4.4. Lead to price increase