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Compensation & Benefits Review

Compensation & Benefits Review

The Journal for Total Compensation Professionals

eISSN: 15523837 | ISSN: 08863687 | Current volume: 56 | Current issue: 3 Frequency: Quarterly

Compensation & Benefits Review is the leading journal for senior executives and professionals who design, implement, evaluate and communicate compensation and benefits policies and programs. The journal supports compensation and benefits specialists and academic experts with up-to-date analyses and information on salary and wage trends, labor markets, pay plans, incentive compensation, legal compliance, retirement programs, health care benefits and other employee benefit plans.

Our Mission is: To advance evidence-based best practices in compensation and benefits, ultimately improving employee quality of life and organizational outcomes through the distribution of quality research in compensation and benefits.

Our Vision is: To become the first choice, top quality journal for authors and practitioners of employee compensation and benefits.

Special Features

Every issue of CBR provides peer-reviewed articles from experts on important compensation and benefits issues, such as:

· Pay plan design, administration, and communication

· Incentive plans,

· Performance management

· Executive compensation

· Legal compliance

· Global compensation programs

· Metrics, benchmarking and program evaluation

· Case studies

· Job evaluation

· Pay equity and income inequality

· National healthcare systems

· Healthcare benefits

· Retirement benefits

· Workers' compensation

· Work/life balance

· Strategic compensation

· Total rewards

· Employee performance and motivation

This journal is a member of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).

Compensation & Benefits Review is the premiere journal for compensation and benefits strategy and management. Written by top compensation and benefits professionals and academic experts, CBR articles provide detailed analyses and comprehensive information on all aspects of compensation and benefits design and implementation. CBR aims to address important and difficult issues at all levels (e.g. income inequality, demographic wage gaps, strategic compensation, benefits strategy, total rewards, individual motivation and performance, work-life balance).

 

Editor
Phillip Bryant Columbus State University, USA
Editorial Board
Kristie Abston, Ph.D. Middle Tennessee State University, USA
Samantha Conroy, Ph.D. Colorado State University, USA
Kelly Finnell Executive Financial Services, USA
Thomas P. Flannery, Ph.D. Korn Ferry
Anders Frederiksen Aarhus University, Denmark
Ingrid Fulmer Ph.D. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Marylene Gagne Curtin University, Australia
Michael Gibbs, Ph.D. University of Chicago, USA
Ji Hyun Kim National University of Singapore, Singapore
Tesa Leonce-Regalado, Ph.D. Columbus State University, USA
Dan Morrell, Ph.D. Middle Tennessee State University, USA
Sanghee Park, Ph.D. Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea
Tae-Youn Park, Ph.D. Cornell University
Dorothea Roumpi Pennsylvania State University, USA
Hanbo Shim University of Texas at Arlington, USA
Michael C. Sturman, Ph.D. Rutgers University, USA
Theresa Welbourne, Ph.D. University of Alabama, USA
Advisory Board Members
Brian Bloom Korn Ferry
Duncan Brown, Ph.D. Institute for Employment Studies
Bob Greene, Ph.D. Reward Systems
Steve Gross SEG Consulting Group
Allan Schweyer TMLU
Tami Simon, J.D. The Segal Group
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