Forget About CEOs, How Should We Pay Employees?

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Subjective evaluation by supervisors can address the shortcomings of numeric measures. When numeric measures focus employees on one goal, a second, subjective bonus can make employees pay more attention to other objectives that may be difficult to quantify, like managing controllable risks.

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