Closing the Gender Pay Gap: New Approaches to an Old Problem

[We’re pleased to welcome author Kurt Stanberry, PLM Endowed Professor, University of Houston–Downtown. Dr. Stanberry recently published an article in Compensation & Benefits Review entitled "Closing the Gender Pay Gap: New Approaches to an Old Problem," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Dr. Stanberry reflects on the motivation and challenges of … Continue reading Closing the Gender Pay Gap: New Approaches to an Old Problem

Call for Papers: Special Issue on Addressing the Wage & Wealth Gap

Compensation and Benefits Review is planning a special issue on "Addressing the Wage and Wealth Gap". Articles should focus on, but are not limited to, whether capitalist institutions produce growing income inequality, fiscal policies that could address the wage gap, and CEO responsibility in mitigating wealth gaps. Compensation & Benefits Review (CBR) is the leading journal for senior … Continue reading Call for Papers: Special Issue on Addressing the Wage & Wealth Gap

Modern Motivational Methods for Attracting and Retaining Employees

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Anaïs Thibault Landry of ESG UQAM,Allan Schweyer of the Incentive Research Foundation, and Ashley Whillans of Harvard Business School. They recently published an article in Compensation & Benefits Review entitled "Winning the War for Talent: Modern Motivational Methods for Attracting and Retaining Employees," which is currently free to read for a limited … Continue reading Modern Motivational Methods for Attracting and Retaining Employees

Enhancing Return on Salesforce Investment

[We’re pleased to welcome back Pankaj M. Madhani, Associate Dean and Professor of ICFAI Business School (IBS). Dr. Madhani is the author of “Enhancing Return on Salesforce Investment: Reallocating Incentives and Training Resources With Intrinsic Valuation Approach,” which has been published in Compensation and Benefits Review and is currently free to read for a limited time. From … Continue reading Enhancing Return on Salesforce Investment

Enhancing Return on HR Investment

[We’re pleased to welcome back Pankaj M. Madhani, Associate Dean and Professor of ICFAI Business School (IBS). Dr. Madhani is the author of “Enhancing Return on HR Investment: Risk Management With Real Options Approach” which has been published in Compensation and Benefits Review and is currently free to read for a limited time. From Dr. Madhani:] What … Continue reading Enhancing Return on HR Investment

Optimal Salesforce Sizing and Compensation Cost

[We’re pleased to welcome back Pankaj M. Madhani, Associate Dean and Professor of ICFAI Business School (IBS).  Dr. Madhani is the author of “Optimal Salesforce Sizing and Compensation Cost: A Mathematical Approach” which appeared in Compensation and Benefits Review and is currently free to read for a limited time. From Madhani:] What motivated you to … Continue reading Optimal Salesforce Sizing and Compensation Cost

Big-Science Organizations as Lead Users: A Case Study of CERN

[We’re pleased to welcome authors Poul Andersen of Aalborg University, Denmark and Susanne Åberg of Uppsala University, Sweden. Andersen and Åberg recently published an article in the Competition and Change entitled “Big-science organizations as lead users: A case study of CERN," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Andersen reflects on the … Continue reading Big-Science Organizations as Lead Users: A Case Study of CERN

Do Economic Profit Companies Walk their Compensation Talk?

[We’re pleased to welcome author Mark E. Haskins of University of Virginia. Haskins recently published an article in the Compensation & Benefits Review entitled “Do Economic Profit Companies Walk their Compensation Talk?" which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Haskins explains the significance of his research in the context of his other works:] … Continue reading Do Economic Profit Companies Walk their Compensation Talk?

Can Unions, by Themselves, Help Curb CEO Pay?

[We’re pleased to welcome author Muhammad Umar Boodoo of the London School of Economics and Political Science. Boodoo recently published an article in the ILR Review entitled “Do heavily-unionized companies compensate their CEOs less in periods of financial distress?," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Boodoo reflects on the inspiration … Continue reading Can Unions, by Themselves, Help Curb CEO Pay?

Do Customers Assign Different Meanings to Different Acts of Compensation?

[We’re pleased to welcome author Holger Roschk of the Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, Klagenfurt, Austria. Roschk recently published an article in the Journal of Service Research entitled “Compensation Revisited: A Social Resource Theory Perspective on Offering a Monetary Resource after a Service Failure," which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, Roschk reflects on the … Continue reading Do Customers Assign Different Meanings to Different Acts of Compensation?