Across-the-board salary increases--A reward for mediocrity

Simonsen, Richard J.
December 1993
Quintessence International;Dec1993, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p827
Academic Journal
The article presents the author's views on performance based pay raise for dental school teaching faculty. The author thinks that incentive or disincentive of salary adjustment helps university dental schools to attain the maximum productivity . The author praises dental school deans and chairmen who not only have the power, but also the courage, to decrease faculty member's salary.


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