Link pay to performance and we'll stay on track

Turner, Adair
February 1996
People Management;02/08/96, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p21
Opinion. Asserts higher real incomes are desirable but only if they are linked to improved productivity and profitability. Clarification of an argument raised by the author in the `Pay at the crossroads' conference; Reflection on the positive outlook in the British economy; Role played by pay schemes which reward personal development and team contribution.


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