March 17, 2003


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  • Pay for performance is a natural way for an employee to strive to do superior member service.
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  • I believe employees that are internally motivated will always produce more, in most cases reagardless of higher pay. I do not believe employees that are paid better always are more productive.
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  • I feel you get what you pay for. Productive employees receive higher compensation. You can pay for it when you hire them, or you can waste 6 months or 30 years on marginal pay and marginal employees.
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  • I think it's a combination of both. Employees that are paid well feel they are worth it and along with higher pay comes higher expecations.
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  • I feel that productive employees receive better compensation or at least that they should.
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  • Employees are more productive when they are properly compensated for their productivity.
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  • It appears the real key to productivity relies on not hiring basketball fans: Challenger, Gray & Christmas predict that the NCAA basketball tournament will cost the nation's employers $1.4B in lost productivity over the next 15 days .
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  • I feel you get what you pay for.
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  • I believe productive employees receive better compensation. When we hire new staff, we are in the market place based on their background/experience. There are also certain standards all employees must meet or exceed to maintain their employment with us. We have invested a large sum in training our staff this past year and future through a CU University from MyDAS Marketing, Inc. Core competencies have been idetified within the university to add to the employee getting started on the "right foot" and clearly understanding what our expectations are. Staff is very excited and impressed we place such value on them, they are more willing to go above and beyond for us.
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  • I know that when above average performance is rewarded either in salary, benefits or recognition the good performance keeps getting higher in most cases
    Anonymous