Question: Unlike individual incentive programs group and companywide incentive programs reward
Unlike individual incentive programs, group and companywide incentive programs reward individuals based on the group and companywide performance standards, respectively. Under group and companywide incentive programs, it is possible for poor performers to benefit without making substantial contributions to group or company goals. What can companies do to ensure that poor performers do not benefit?
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