Competency pay brings better skills

August 1998
People Management;08/13/98, Vol. 4 Issue 16, p15
Reports that skills-based pay is being used by a majority of firms in the United Kingdom to boost staff motivation and bridge the competencies gap. Findings of a survey of employers regarding their views on competency-based remuneration; Reason for its growing usage.


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