Hansen, Fay
May 2005
Workforce Management;May2005, Vol. 84 Issue 5, p30
Discusses a study conducted by Mercer Human Resource Consulting in 2005, which revealed the excessive compensation packages received by human resource (HR) executives in Great Britain compared with other countries. Comparison of bonus received by HR executives between Great Britain and the U.S.; Highest paid executives in the U.S.; Midrange base salary in the U.S.


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