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development of performance related pay in the education sector 1990-1995. by Pauline McGoldrick

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Published by The Author] in [S.l .
Written in English


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Thesis (M. Ed. (Professional Development)) - University of Ulster, 1996.

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Pagination[vii], 96p.
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19838545M

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performance-related pay in the public sector spanning the fields of public administration, psychology, economics, education, and health with the aim of distilling useful lessons for policy-makers in developing countries. This study to our knowledge is the first that aims Cited by: One solution – widely used in some parts of the private sector – is to replace or complement the traditional civil service system of automatic salary increases based on length of service with financial reward for good performance, or performance-related pay (PRP). PRP is increasingly used in public administrations of OECD member countries. Abstract The objective of this paper is to provide a review of the theoretical and, in particular, empirical literature on performance-related pay in the public sector spanning the fields of public administration, psychology, economics, education, and health with the aim of distilling useful lessons for policy-makers in developing countries. trend continues. For example, a survey of finance sector pay by IRS (c) found that ‘performance‐related pay is still the key reward tool’, with four‐fifths (79%) of pay awards containing a merit‐based element and 72% of awards based solely on performance.

The Department for Education has published advice helping New advice to help schools set performance-related pay be able to link teachers’ pay to performance allowing them to pay good. Performance-related pay or pay for performance, not to be confused with performance-related pay rise, is a salary or wages paid system based on positioning the individual, or team, on their pay band according to how well they perform. Car salesmen or production line workers, for example, may be paid in this way, or through commission.. Many employers use this standards-based system for. Use Of Merit/Performance Related Pay For Different Grades In The Public/Private Sector 23 Procedural Justice Applied To Merit Pay 72 Subsidiary Information 77 Follow-Up Interviews - Subsidiary Information 96 The Concept Of PRP Pay As A Motivator First Ranked Objectives Of The Scheme The public sector is expected to face ongoing reductions in development resources. Ruth Stuart, learning & development research adviser at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, talks a Challenging times ahead for public sector L&D. Performance related pay needed for public sector – CIPD; Single pension could bring.