Goetz, Billy E.
January 1967
Advanced Management Journal;Winter67, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p46
Academic Journal
Proposes an equity wage plan which should be of interest to managers concerned with paying for a fair day's work. Equation for incentive wages; Inequity of piece rates; Absurdity of the standard hour plan.


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