What your pay practices say about your company values

08/9/2010 | Compensation Cafe blog

If your company says it pays for performance, then it needs to back that up with more than just words, Ann Bares writes. Company policies must reflect the behaviors that are actually rewarded, or few employees will follow them, she notes. "In the end, you are what you pay for," Bares writes.

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