- Don't Forget to Provide Incentives For Your Middle Performers. Ruffolo, Neil // Workforce;Jan2000, Vol. 79 Issue 1, p62
Discusses the need to give recognition and incentives to middle performers in a company. Purpose of the strategy.
- Incentive schemes: FAIR REWARDS. Gray, Lynda // NZ Business;Nov2002, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p24
Discusses how a successful incentive payment or reward scheme can encourage the staff of a company to increase their performance. Maintenance of balance between skills of employees and their appropriate remuneration structure; Incentive scheme designed for medical products sales team. INSETS:...
- Suggestions welcome... // Management Today;Sep96, p12
Cites how some British firms reward money-saving ideas from employees. Forms of reward and recognition; Virgin Atlantic; Reed Personnel Services; British Telecom; Boots Contract Manufacturing.
- Allowance application: Fact vs. fiction. Schroer, Bob // IIE Solutions;Oct97, Vol. 29 Issue 10, p18
Opinion. Presents the author's view in considering both personal fatigue and delay (PFD) and incentive allowances. Information about PFD and incentive allowances; Standard practice of allowance application.
- Alternative rewards. Dalton, Glenn // Industrial Management;Sep/Oct98, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p24
Deals with the use of employee reward systems to boost productivity and quality. Benefits of alternative reward systems; Factors needed for a successful group incentive plan; How to have a good working relationship within the company.
- VOUCHER CULTURE. Brown, Bill // Marketing Week (01419285);7/13/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 24, p49
Focuses on the popularity of paper vouchers given as rewards for clients and employees. Support for the voucher industry by electronic commerce; Provision of simplicity, diversity and a memorable experience to the recipient; View of vouchers as extension of the brands behind it.
- Put a Price Tag on the Effects of Recognition. Ruffolo, Neil // Workforce;Jan2000, Vol. 79 Issue 1, p67
Deals with the importance of putting a price tag on the effects of employee recognition. How to quantify the cost of inefficiencies associated with the turnover, bad communication and lack of new ideas.
- FACTORS AFFECTING THE SIZE OF PERFORMANCE AWARDS AMONG MID-LEVEL CIVIL SERVANTS IN THE UNITED STATES. Wise, Lois Recascino // Public Administration Quarterly;Fall94, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p260
This article analyzes the transition to performance-based pay in the U.S. civil service system. The transition represents an effort by some governments to maintain their market posture as a competitive employer in a period when public sector pay rates have slipped below the levels offered for...
- Going the Extra Mile. Neill, Michael M. // Credit Union Management;Apr99, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p44
Details steps on how to develop effective reward and incentive programs for employees of credit unions in the United States. Explanation of the Performance Principle; How the address the issue raised by the Performance Principle; Requirements in building a sales and service culture; Goal...