At the Intersection of Economics and HRM: An Argument for Variable Pay Schemes

Burke, Lisa A.; Terry, Brian
January 2004
American Business Review;Jan2004, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p88
Academic Journal
Focuses on the relationship of economics and human resource management in the United States. Competition of companies in market share; Use of variable pay schemes; Underlying structures of financial planning.


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