Strengthening the Pay-Performance Relationship

  title={Strengthening the Pay-Performance Relationship},
  author={George T. Milkovich and Carolyn Milkovich},
  journal={Compensation \& Benefits Review},
  pages={53 - 62}
ust as Jack Nicklaus wouldn’t tour today’s ighly competitive international golf circuit using clubs designed for an earlier era, today’s organizations are not likely to compete with compensation programs designed for past years. Shortened product life cycles, fierce price competition, an emphasis on quality, shifting regulations, and the need for global operations are changing the way organizations are managed. Compensation management is also changing. Nowhere is this more evident than in… 


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