Pay for Talent and for performance

August 2004
New Zealand Management;Aug2004, Vol. 51 Issue 7, Special section p20
Discusses issues on remuneration for senior executives in New Zealand. Key element in the process of attracting skilled executives and achieving best business outcomes; Information on an international research which shows the insignificance of performance-based remuneration of executives; Importance of organizational position and strategic priorities.


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