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theory of military compensation and personnel policy

Beth J. Asch

theory of military compensation and personnel policy

by Beth J. Asch

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Published by Rand in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • United States -- Armed Forces -- Pay, allowances, etc.,
    • United States -- Armed Forces -- Personnel management.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementBeth J. Asch, John T. Warner.
      ContributionsWarner, John T., United States. Dept. of Defense. Office of the Secretary of Defense., Rand Corporation.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsUC74 .A834 1994
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxv, 141 p. :
      Number of Pages141
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1092614M
      ISBN 100833015443
      LC Control Number94016956

      Civil–military relations (Civ-Mil or CMR) describes the relationship between civil society as a whole (and its civil authority) and the military organization or organizations established to protect incorporates a diverse, often normative field, which moves within and across management, social science and policy scales. More narrowly, it describes the relationship between the civil. Gender discrimination in the military: Hearings before the Military Personnel and Compensation Subcommittee and the Defense Policy Panel of the session, hearings held July 29 [United States] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Gender discrimination in the military: Hearings before the Military Personnel and Compensation Subcommittee and the Defense Policy Author: United States.

        The Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission conducts a major review of the entire universe of military pay and benefits programs during a hearing at the Hyatt Arlington Hotel. questions of importance to the clinical needs and care of military personnel and their families. Also of concern is the absence of research examining the unique needs of special populations (e.g., female service members, National Guard members, reservists, and minorities).

      Admittedly, there are some benefits to the civilian compensation structure, the total military compensation package is better. According to “Entry Level Salary” (n. d), the average salary for an entry-level civilian position is $37, 00 per year, whereas as entry-level military base salary is $16, 00 per year, (Dyer, ).   To attract and retain the personnel it needs, the federal government must offer competitive compensation packages. For the military to recruit and retain qualified personnel, the compensation system must adequately reward service members for their training and skills as well as for the rigors of military life, particularly the prospect of wartime deployment.


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Theory of military compensation and personnel policy by Beth J. Asch Download PDF EPUB FB2

A primary goal of military compensation is to enable the military to meet its manning objectives for force size, composition, and wartime capability.

To attain these objectives, compensation must be appropriately structured to attract, retain, and motivate personnel at a reasonable cost, even when national security goals are by: Get this from a library.

A theory of military compensation and personnel policy. [Beth J Asch; John T Warner; United States. Department of Defense. Office of the Secretary of Defense.; Rand Corporation.] -- A primary goal of military compensation is to enable the military to meet its manning objectives for force size, composition, and wartime capability.

A Theory of Military Compensation and Personnel Policy/ MR [Asch, Beth J., Warner, John T.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A Theory of Military Compensation and Personnel Policy/ MR The Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Personnel Policy supports Under Secretary of Defense for Personnel and Readiness as the proponent for all military personnel policies and programs regarding recruiting, retention, compensation, travel and related human resources support for million active and reserve service members.

A Theory of Compensation and Personnel Policy in Hierarchical Organizations with Application to the United States Military Beth J. Asch, RAND John T. Warner, Clemson University A large literature attempts to explain compensation and personnel policies in large organizations.

Three features of the U.S. military. Downloadable (with restrictions). A large literature attempts to explain compensation and personnel policies in large organizations. Three features of the U.S. military system flat rank spreads in pay, a relatively generous pension, and heavy reliance on up-or-out promotions are at variance with common practices in large civilian organizations.

Develop and oversee implementation of personnel policies that maintain fair and competitive compensation and entitlement systems. Formulate, implement, and administer DoD policy on Military Personnel Compensation for the total force.

Chair the DoD Armed Forces Tax Council; and initiate tax related legislation, litigation and administration action. Accesion For NT-iS CRA&f ]-DTiC -', 13 rb!ii/ 71O Dio~~d, e, A r A Theory of Military Compensation and Personnel Policy Beth J.

Asch, John T. Warner Prepared for the Office of the. Military compensation is composed of a series of cash compensations, noncash benefits, and deferred benefits. The roots of the current compensation system can be found in law dating back to the.

DoDDStandards of Conduct, provides guidance to military personnel on standards of conduct and ethics. Violations of the punitive provisions by military personnel can result in prosecution under the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ).Violations of the punitive provisions by civilian personnel may result in disciplinary action without regard to the issue of criminal liability.

A large literature attempts to explain compensation and personnel policies in large organizations. Three features of the U.S. military system—flat rank spreads in pay, a relatively generous pension, and heavy reliance on up‐or‐out promotions—are at variance with common practices in large civilian organizations.

This article develops a model of individual decision making in a large. Search this site: Humanities. Architecture and Environmental Design; Art History.

Bill Carr talked about military personnel policy, which includes military compensation, recruiting, and retention. He also responded to telephone. The real test is whether military personnel earn more or less than civilians with the same amount of education, and in most cases according to a Department of Defense compensation.

through the military and veteran disability, evaluation, compensation, and ben- efits programs that are designed to help them. This Handbook may be accessed electronically at the following web sites. There are three theories of compensation viz. Reinforcement and Expectancy Theory, Equity Theory and Agency theory which are explained below.

Theories of Compensation Reinforcement and Expectancy Theory: This theory is based on the assumption that, the reward-earning behavior is likely to be repeated, i.e. an employee would do the same thing.

The Army offers generous military pay and benefits. These include regular military compensation account for basic pay, Basic Allowance for Housing, and other tax-free advantages.

Army benefits and pay include health care, retirement pay and more that you may qualify for. RAND research briefs summarize research that has been more fully documented elsewhere. This research brief describes work done for the National Defense Research Institute and documented in Reforming the Military Retirement System, by Beth J.

Asch, Richard Johnson, and John T. Warner, MROSD,pp., ISBN: ; A Policy Analysis of Alternative Military Retirement. The military basic-pay grades most likely to trigger military differential pay, according to Soss, are E1 (entry-level Army private, for example) through E4 (Army specialist or corporal), which.

The Military Compensation and Retirement Modernization Commission was established by the National Defense Authorization Act for FYas amended by the National Defense Authorization Act for FYto provide the President of the United States and the Congress specific recommendations to modernize pay and benefits of the Uniformed Services.

To attract and retain the personnel it needs, the federal government must offer competitive compensation packages. For the military to recruit and retain qualified personnel, its compensation system must adequately reward service members for their training and skills as well as for the rigors of military life, particularly the prospect of.United States military authorities obtained a waiver of primary foreign jurisdiction in 18, ( percent) of these incidents.

Of persons charged, 36, were Army military personnel, and 2, were Department of the Army civilians or dependents; 16, of .This book deals with the processes and theories involved in managing military organisations in both peacetime and crisis conditions. Examining the challenges faced by policymakers and military commanders in conducting military operations, this book considers the benefits of conventional management and organisation theory for the military.