Merit Pay Programs Falling Short of Goals Reviewed by Momizat on . Study: Merit Pay is Ineffective for Many Employers According to a new survey of North American employers, only 20% find merit pay to be effective at driving hig Study: Merit Pay is Ineffective for Many Employers According to a new survey of North American employers, only 20% find merit pay to be effective at driving hig Rating: 0
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Merit Pay Programs Falling Short of Goals

merti_payStudy: Merit Pay is Ineffective for Many Employers

According to a new survey of North American employers, only 20% find merit pay to be effective at driving higher levels of employee performance.  Matthew Heller, for CFO, explains that “pay-for-performance” may not always work in an employers’ favor.

To read the full article in CFO, click: Merit Pay Programs Falling Short of Goals.

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