TITLE

Responsible Management, Incentive Systems, and Productivity

AUTHOR(S)
Hilliard, Ivan
PUB. DATE
December 2013
SOURCE
Journal of Business Ethics;Dec2013, Vol. 118 Issue 2, p365
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
A disconnect remains between theories about responsible management and application in real-life organizations. Part of the reason is due to the complexity and holistic nature of the field, and the fact that many of the benefits of aligning business objectives with changing societal conditions are of an intangible nature. Human resource management is an increasingly important part of the field with benefits including talent retention, higher levels of motivation, and improvements in organizational cohesion. This paper sets out an experiment run at a large Spanish university to try to analyze the impact on worker productivity of a responsible management stance by an employer. Based on the Corporate Social Performance model, the paper examines the issue from the point of view of responsibilities, responsiveness, and outcomes, and considers the cost/benefit effect of incorporating a social responsibility variable into the wage structure to measure the impact on productivity.
ACCESSION #
92506444

 

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