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Pay and nursing performance.

Pay and nursing performance. Discusses the merits and demerits of performance-related pay (PRP) with respect to nursing in the NHS but concludes that justification for it remains unproven through the absence of hard evidence in support of its efficiency. Sees previous experience of the practicalities of implementing PRP and the fear that it will be neither cheap nor effective in solving "productivity" problems as hostile to its introduction in the NHS. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Health manpower management Pubmed

Pay and nursing performance.

Health manpower management , Volume 19 (2): 3 – Nov 10, 1993

Pay and nursing performance.


Abstract

Discusses the merits and demerits of performance-related pay (PRP) with respect to nursing in the NHS but concludes that justification for it remains unproven through the absence of hard evidence in support of its efficiency. Sees previous experience of the practicalities of implementing PRP and the fear that it will be neither cheap nor effective in solving "productivity" problems as hostile to its introduction in the NHS.

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ISSN
0955-2065
DOI
10.1108/09552069310039332
pmid
10129184

Abstract

Discusses the merits and demerits of performance-related pay (PRP) with respect to nursing in the NHS but concludes that justification for it remains unproven through the absence of hard evidence in support of its efficiency. Sees previous experience of the practicalities of implementing PRP and the fear that it will be neither cheap nor effective in solving "productivity" problems as hostile to its introduction in the NHS.

Journal

Health manpower managementPubmed

Published: Nov 10, 1993

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