The salary myth -- size does matter

Balls, Ashley
May 1999
NZ Business;May99, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p51
Trade Publication
Focuses on the salary grading in the business sector of New Zealand. Misconceptions on the setting of salaries for selected key personnel; Illustration of the salary system adopted by Contact Energy; Link between salaries and lifestyles.


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