AAL uses varied approach to compensate teams

June 1993
Personnel Journal;Jun93, Vol. 72 Issue 6, Master the... p64L
Features the four-legged compensation tool devised by Aid Association for Lutherans (AAL), a fraternal-benefits society. Performance of services necessary for the company's insurance products; Functional organization according to product; Revamping compensation structure to include four main elements; Problems encountered; Increase in productivity and customer satisfaction.


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