Laboratory of Work Psychology and Leadership - Department of Industrial Engineering and Management
Helsinki University of Technology
Conny Herbert ANTONI
University of Trier, Germany
Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School, Belgium
Confederation of Finnish Industries EK, Finland
Manchester Metropolitan University Business School, U.K.
Tilburg University, the Netherlands
Reward systems actually develop in both global and local contexts. This gives rise to a lot of challenges. In addition to the various instruments of total rewards, i.e. financial and non-financial means of rewarding, a reward system also consists of principles regarding its design, implementation and development in a sustainable manner.
As a part of an organization’s strategy implementation, it sends a strong message that should support the business context, and its meaning should be rightly interpreted and accepted by the personnel in order to lead to high performance, commitment and satisfaction of the employees. As a consequence, there are huge challenges to further develop and improve reward systems for executives, managers, clerical as well as blue collar workers.
This conference will look for good practices to develop reward systems based on (applied) academic research and practical experiences.
The conference brings together both researchers and practitioners in the field of reward systems: researchers from universities, business schools and other research institutions, human resources professionals from companies, consulting firms, and general managers responsible for developing reward strategies, systems and their implementation in companies, and reward system experts from employers’ and employees’ associations.
The papers presented in this conference are expected to fit broadly – but not exclusively – into one of the following categories:
- Reward systems within the context of organizational strategies,
- Developing reward strategies,
- Strategic power of different reward instruments,
- Implementing reward systems,
- Aligning rewarding with the other HR instruments,
- Roles, perspectives and interests of the different stakeholders,
- Executive remuneration,
- Total rewards in the public sector,
- Challenges for small and medium-sized workplaces,
- Rewarding knowledge creation and innovation,
- Organizational innovations and rewarding,
- Rewarding in global contexts,
- Gainsharing systems,
- Collective rewarding,
- Upper management, professionals,
- Rewarding groups, teams and projects,
- Individual interpretation mechanisms of rewarding,
- Challenges of work-oriented and performance-based pay,
- Pay for performance and without performance,
- Roles of middle- and upper management,
- Roles of employees in reward system design and implementation,
- Measuring and evaluating reward systems,
- Total rewards in European context,
- Evolving compensation models in unionised settings,
- What makes a reward management work effective,
- Communication on reward systems.
Plick click HERE to download the conference programme.
After the conference a book from selected papers will be published by Pabst Science Publishers. At the conference, the participants are expected to show their willingness to contribute to the book.
At the end of January 2008, the programme committee will select the papers that will be published.
The Conference will start on Monday, December 17 at 8:30 am and is scheduled to end at approximately 5 p.m.on Tuesday.
The whole workshop will take place in the Hotel Métropole in which the EIASM premises are located (Place De Brouckère-plein 31, 1000 Brussels).
The Hotel Métropole is marvelously well located right in the historical centre of Brussels, just a few steps away from the “Grand-Place”, the “Bourse” and the “Theatre de la Monnaie” and close to the central and north railway stations, that each have direct connections to Brussels International airport.
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|For participants affiliated with an institution that is member or associate member of the EIASM's
|300 € (Exclusive of VAT)
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||350 € (Exclusive of VAT)
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