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Gain Sharing by John G.; Jr. Belcher
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Gain Sharing

by John G.; Jr. Belcher

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0872013243, Hardcover)

This guide provides a thorough grounding in the principles of gain sharing, an employee reward system that is growing rapidly in industry today. The book presents practical advice on how to create a customized gain sharing programme that meets the unique needs of individual organizations. It discusses basic readiness criteria to help organizations avoid the pitfalls commonly encountered when a business attempts to set-up a non-traditional reward system. It also looks at the design system of nationally known companies to provide insight into the methods they use to involve employees in productivity and reward them for their commitment and contributions to the success of the organization.

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