Bush, Joseph C.
August 1974
Monthly Labor Review;Aug74, Vol. 97 Issue 8, p75
Academic Journal
Examines incentive pay patterns in the U.S. steel industry in 1972. Earnings level by workers paid on an incentive basis; Formal pay policy in establishments having a common job evaluation systems; Wages of workers in mills that use the common job evaluation system; Number and straight-time hourly earnings of incentive workers in basic iron and steel mills.


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