We report our experiences of teaching compensation management using two short case studies that we developed to help students examine key concepts in an integrated manner. We note that cases anchored in the socio-economic context can evoke deeper discussions due to participants’ contextual familiarity. We also highlight the role of instructors in directing class discussions to relevant themes in a creative manner so that participants can see less obvious issues and interconnections among issues.
Kumar, Rajiv and Vakkayil, Jacob D.
"Some issues in compensation management:
two case studies for teaching,"
Organization Management Journal: Vol. 8:
3, Article 5.
Available at: https://scholarship.shu.edu/omj/vol8/iss3/5