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The merit pay system offers an expensive, complicated, and inequitable way of compensating senior level supervisors and management officials, or a more advanced method of rewarding and recognizing employee accomplishments, depending upon one's point of view. To survive, the pro gram must...
This article focuses on pay-for-performance, a major component of the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978. It examines the experience of one of the first federal agencies to implement pay-for- performance (Region X of the Environmental Protection Agency) and considers the implications of the...
In 1979, the Office of Personnel Management requested that the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS, then the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare) plan an evaluation study to assess the impact of the Senior Executive Service (SES) on the department. An evaluability assess ment...
The equal pay for work of comparable value movement forces reexamination not only of the processes of the merit system but also its outcomes. This study identifies key issues in equal pay for comparable work, potential civil service reforms, contextual dilemmas in implementation of change, and...
A merit pay pool consists of individuals who are grouped together for the purpose of making merit pay computations. This paper investigates the consequences of variations in merit-pay-pool design and management for the linkage between performance and pay.
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