Performance related pay 'gives reward flexibility.'

January 2010
People Management;1/28/2010, p9
The article reveals that the Kent County Council is replacing its current system of incremental pay increases with percentage increases that will be based on individual employee performance to manage its staff salary expenditures more effectively.


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