A variable remuneration scheme can create value or, if it is poorly designed and implemented, destroy it. When it discourages rather than motivates employees, not only do you fail to achieve the expected results, but you pay extra for something that is detrimental to the company. IESE’s Pablo Maella offers recommendations aimed at strengthening the incentive effect.
Author: Pablo Maella
Source: IESE Insight
Subjects: Human Resources, Management, Organizational Behavior