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Team-Based Pay Plans

Team-Based Pay Plans COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT IN PRACTICE Team-Based Plans: Pay A to Effective Teamwork Key KATHRYN M. BARTOL LAURA L. HAGMANN Behavior Professor and Editor of Organizational Human Resource Bureau Management Inc. of National Affairs, University of Maryland number of increasing In this we first companies through- article, consider two main An out the United States are of teams and the need for team-based organizing employ- types pay. ees into work teams. The move toward teams has We then the conditions for the explore necessary been a number of external spurred effective of by forces, teams and for functioning building such as growing foreign viable team-based competition, technolog- we exam- pay systems. Next, ical and the success of ine change, apparent issues in team-based Japa- major design developing Internal factors have nese-style management. we review the results that are pay plans. Finally, also a role in this shift as seek to occur when played companies the use of teams is likely synchro- new to increase inno- ways nized with a flexibility, encourage team-based carefully designed pay increase and combat turnover vation, quality, plan. and absenteeism. teams a number of bene- of Although provide Teams Major Types also to rethink tradi- fits, they http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Compensation & Benefits Review: The Journal of Total Compensation Strategies SAGE

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0886-3687
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1552-3837
DOI
10.1177/088636879202400606
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Abstract

COMPENSATION MANAGEMENT IN PRACTICE Team-Based Plans: Pay A to Effective Teamwork Key KATHRYN M. BARTOL LAURA L. HAGMANN Behavior Professor and Editor of Organizational Human Resource Bureau Management Inc. of National Affairs, University of Maryland number of increasing In this we first companies through- article, consider two main An out the United States are of teams and the need for team-based organizing employ- types pay. ees into work teams. The move toward teams has We then the conditions for the explore necessary been a number of external spurred effective of by forces, teams and for functioning building such as growing foreign viable team-based competition, technolog- we exam- pay systems. Next, ical and the success of ine change, apparent issues in team-based Japa- major design developing Internal factors have nese-style management. we review the results that are pay plans. Finally, also a role in this shift as seek to occur when played companies the use of teams is likely synchro- new to increase inno- ways nized with a flexibility, encourage team-based carefully designed pay increase and combat turnover vation, quality, plan. and absenteeism. teams a number of bene- of Although provide Teams Major Types also to rethink tradi- fits, they

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Compensation & Benefits Review: The Journal of Total Compensation StrategiesSAGE

Published: Nov 1, 1992

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