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2010 | 2010 6(77) Quo Vadis HRM? | 104-119
Article title

THE DIALECTIC PERSPECTIVE OF REMUNERATION STRATEGY

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Abstracts
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The objective of this paper is the development of a dialectic basis for analyzing contradictions in remuneration policy. The result of the overview of topical literature is the identification of sixteen strategic contradictions in the area of remuneration. Research encompassed 135 Polish organizations, which made possible the verification of assumptions and the identification of remuneration policy contradictions most closely coupled by Polish organizations. Research results demonstrate that relatively few organizations are capable of fully utilizing the potential inherent in reconciling the analyzed contradictions. Such results may prove useful as they may facilitate the more precise understanding of the nature of the remuneration management process as well as the defining of requirements so as to improve them in the future.
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104-119
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RESEARCH COMMUNIQUE
Dates
published
2010-12-15
Contributors
  • Chair of Human Resource Management of the K. Adamiecki Economic Academy of Katowice, Katowice, Poland
  • Magdaklena Majowska, Chair of Human Resource Management of the K. Adamiecki Economic Academy of Katowice, Poland
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Notes
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The polish version of article was published on free CD added to paper version HRM(ZZL) 2010 6(77) [Look at the Zarzadzanie Zasobami Ludzkimi, ISSN 1641-0874, 2010 6(77)]
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Publication order reference
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ISSN
1641-0882
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.desklight-27e23c19-9593-4897-beab-2a1a57ba2e10
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