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2015 | nr 3 | 39--55
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Wynagradzanie za efekty jako podstawa budowania efektywności organizacyjnej

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Performance pay as a base for building organization’s effectiveness
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Artykuł przedstawia znaczenie wynagradzania za efekty w budowaniu efektywności organizacyjnej. Omówiono w nim miejsce wynagradzania za efekty w wysoko efektywnych systemach zarządzania zasobami ludzkimi oraz podstawowe problemy budowy systemów wynagradzania za efekty. Szczególną uwagę zwrócono na ustalanie celów i miar efektów, służących do kształtowania wynagrodzeń, dopasowywanie formy wynagradzania za efekty do specyficznych uwarunkowań firmy oraz ocenę skuteczności przyjętych rozwiązań. Omawiane zagadnienia ilustrowane są wynikami badań prowadzonych w różnych ośrodkach naukowych.
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The article presents the importance of performance pay in achieving organizational effectiveness. It discusses the role that performance pay plays in very effective HRM systems and the basic problems about building performance pay systems. In particular, the setting of performance goals and measures that determine employees’ compensation, the adjustment of performance pay to organization’s specific requirements and the evaluation of the accepted solutions are presented. The various aspects of performance pay are illustrated with the results of studies conducted by various scientific centres.
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39--55
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Bibliogr. 34 poz.
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  • Uniwersytet Łódzki, Katedra Pracy i Polityki Społecznej
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