Status, Motivation and Incentives
Again it is emphasised that the situation on status motivation and incentives varies in balance in different developed nations. Nevertheless most of the same factors are present in each nation and only the balance varies. Again it is reasonable to take the United Kingdom as a specific example, since in the U.K. the early development of industrialisation has led to a situation particularly valuable as an example for international comparison.
KeywordsUpward Mobility Remuneration Policy Hygiene Factor Productivity Bargain Bonus Scheme
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