Is money really the best form of compensation?

05/16/2013 | Washington Post, The

Research suggests that monetary incentives do little to improve performance, and in fact could hurt performance. In one experiment, children who were offered as much as $5,000 to maintain a B average in school did not become better students. Incentives such as flextime and sabbaticals may be more effective way to motivate employees, research suggests.

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