Large companies in rush to link pay with profits

Thatcher, Mike
September 1995
People Management;9/21/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 19, p5
Reports that a number of major United Kingdom companies are planning to transform their pay systems to take advantage of the tax benefits of profit-related pay (PRP). Some companies that are planning to implement PRP; Whitbread's expansion of the PRP scheme; Number of employees which were part of a PRP scheme in the quarter ending March, 1995.


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