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 human resources and 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.
Every issue of CBR includes a summary of the latest compensation and benefits surveys, reports, and legal and regulatory developments. In addition, each issue provides in-depth articles from leading experts on compensation and benefits issues, including:
• Pay plan design
• Performance pay
• Incentive plans
• Performance management
• Executive compensation
• Legal compliance
• Global pay programs
• Metrics, benchmarking and program evaluation
• Best practices case studies
• Sales compensation
• Job evaluation
• Pay and benefits communications
• Health care benefits
• Retirement plan benefits
• Workers’ compensation
• Work/life benefits
Compensation & Benefits Review is the premiere journal for compensation and benefits strategy and management. Written by compensation and benefits professionals at top companies and leading academic experts, CBR articles provide detailed analyses and comprehensive information on all aspects of compensation and benefits design and implementation. CBR provides practitioners and university faculty and students with a complete source for compensation and benefits solutions that produce real business results and advancement in the field.
|Ann Bares||Managing Partner, Altura Consulting Group, founder and editor of the blog, Compensation Café|
|John Bremen||Managing Director, Talent & Rewards - The Americas, Towers Watson|
|Jim Brennan||Senior Associate, ERI Economic Research Institute|
|Duncan Brown||Principal, Reward and Engagement, Aon Hewitt (London)|
|Michael Dennis Graham||Consultant at Grahall, LLC|
|Bob Greene||PhD, CEO, Reward $ystems, Inc., faculty, DePaul University|
|Steve Gross||Global Total Rewards Leader and Senior Partner, Mercer|
|Kevin Hallock||Ph.D., Chair of the Department of Economics, Director, Institute for Compensation Studies, Cornell University|
|Gerry Ledford||PhD, Senior Research Scientist, Center for Effective Organizations, University of Southern California|
|Jim Moss||Managing Director and founder of PRM Consulting, Vice Chairman, Board of Trustees, Morehouse College|
|Theresa Welbourne||Ph.D., Director, Center for Entrepreneurship, Editor, Human Resource Management, the journal, University of Nebraska|
|Chris Young||Managing Director, Global Compensation Practice, Buck Consultants|
Articles should help readers address current or anticipated problems and be unpublished. Discussions of theory should be limited to supporting program changes. Evidence that changes were successful is important.
Articles must be a minimum of 2,000 words and can be as long as 10,000 words. The length is whatever is needed to tell the story. Please use accepted business writing style – shorter, simple sentences, active voice, limited length paragraphs. Keep in mind that the target audience includes business executives. This is not a blog but that style is now widely accepted.
Ideas for articles should be submitted to the Editor.
Authors sign a standard publishing agreement and receive a copy of the journal. Additional reprints of the Contribution may be purchased from SAGE at its regularly scheduled prices.
Send a brief proposal of your article to CBR editor Charles H. Fay at email@example.com.