The true purpose of incentive pay

03/12/2012 | Compensation Force blog

Employers shouldn't think of incentives as bribes to get employees to do good work, Ann Bares writes. Instead, they should be used to highlight the company's priorities and nudge employees toward the activities that will create the most value. "If your employees don't walk in the door each day motivated to do good work, you have problems that no incentive plan is going to fix," she writes.

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