TITLE

Pros & Cons of Pay for Performance

AUTHOR(S)
Hays, Scott
PUB. DATE
February 1999
SOURCE
Workforce (10928332);Feb99, Vol. 78 Issue 2, p68
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Evaluates the effectiveness of pay for performance programs. Examples of incentive programs of various companies; Effects of rewards in achieving corporate goals; Role of rewards in motivating employees.
ACCESSION #
1554766

 

Related Articles

  • Worth More than Money. Tingle, Steven // Golfdom;Aug2011, Vol. 67 Issue 8, p36 

    The article offers the author's insights on employee motivations. It mentions that Mark Rogers, superintendent at Grove Park Inn Resort in Ashville, North Carolina, brings his crew a biscuit at least once a week to motivate them and make them happy. The author says that recognition, such as the...

  • Five HR Strategies in Dealing with Prolonged Low Growth. KHO Hyun-Cheol // SERI Quarterly;Jul2013, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p99 

    The article offers five human resource (HR) methods on treating low economic growth. It states that open-ended hiring should be adopted by companies during low growth periods in order to appoint suitable personnel in a certain job. It mentions that HR should conduct adjustments to cope with...

  • Eyes on the real prize. Caywood, Carolyn // School Library Journal;Apr97, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p59 

    Opinion. Presents the author's view on rewards as ways to change children's behavior. How rewards usually improve performance of the children; Teens' expectations by the time adolescence arrives; How offering incentives may be more rewarding to the person in charge of the program than to those...

  • ORGANIZATION-WIDE BROAD-BASED INCENTIVES: RATIONAL THEORY AND EVIDENCE. MARLER, JANET H.; MILKOVICH, GEORGE T.; YOSHIO YANADORI // Academy of Management Proceedings & Membership Directory;2002, pC1 

    Despite the widespread use of incentive pay, there is limited evidence about what factors influence its organization-wide, broad-based application. This study uses data from three sources and multiple levels, including a unique data set of the total compensation of individual employees in 104...

  • Pay-Performance Relationships As a Function of Pay for Performance Policies and Practices. Scwab, Donald P.; Olson, Craig A. // Academy of Management Best Papers Proceedings;1988, p287 

    Results of a simulation are reported on the effects of pay for performance policies and error in the measurement of performance on the relationships between employee performance and their salary increases. Results show a consistent, but small effect for measurement error. Pay policies have a...

  • RESEARCH NOTES. EFFECTS OF EXTRINSIC REWARD ON INTRINSIC MOTIVATION: A FIELD EXPERIMENT. Jordan, Paul C. // Academy of Management Journal;Jun86, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p405 

    In this article the author attempts to add to the research on the relationship between intrinsic employee motivation and the expectation of a reward based upon performance. The author asserts that this study has a better research design due to the fact that it was conducted in the field and not...

  • DIFFERENTIAL EFFECTS OF INCENTIVE MOTIVATORS ON WORK PERFORMANCE. Stajkovic, Alexander D.; Luthans, Fred // Academy of Management Journal;Jun2001, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p580 

    In this field experiment, the authors first compared the performance effects of money systematically administered through the organizational behavior modification (O.B. Mod.) model and routine pay for performance and then compared the effects of O.B. Mod.--administered money, social recognition,...

  • ORGANIZATION-WIDE BROAD-BASED INCENTIVES: RATIONAL THEORY AND EVIDENCE. MARLER, JANET H.; MILKOVICH, GEORGE T.; YOSHIO YANADORI // Academy of Management Proceedings & Membership Directory;2002, pC1 

    Despite the widespread use of incentive pay, there is limited evidence about what factors influence its organization-wide, broad-based application. This study uses data from three sources and multiple levels, including a unique data set of the total compensation of individual employees in 104...

  • Executive Commentary. Grillo, Carolyn // Academy of Management Executive;Nov94, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p44 

    The article presents a commentary on the paper "Creating Earthquakes to Change Organizational Mindsets." The author contends that all firms embarking on change should examine how their employees will be reinforced for implementing the change and at the fundamental, underlying assumptions and...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of VIRGINIA BEACH PUBLIC LIBRARY AND SYSTEM

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics