Break with Tradition – Pay for Performance!

Rex Gatto, Ph.D., psychologist, business lecturer, and counselor, provided us with insights into the world of Pay for Performance. Included in his workshop are discussions of:

  • What pay for performance is and why it will positively affect your firm’s
    bottom line.
  • How to develop an effective pay for performance plan.
  • Why throwing money blindly at performance issues doesn’t work.
  • Why bonuses given at the wrong time can really wreak havoc on employee
    performance.
  • Critical elements of an effective rewards process and pay for performance
    plan.

Click here for a complete transcript of the workshop.

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