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Week 5: Research Paper 2
Lateshia White
Kimberly Ottersetter
Human Resources Management-HRMT 407
05/05/2013

Research paper 2 Week 5 Performance Pay
Introduction:
In this paper today I'm going to explore Pay for Performance jobs. I’m going to explore what pay for performance is what careers use these methods, how this method effect employees and how it benefits the employer.

Performance-related pay or pay for performance is money paid relating to how well one works. Car salesmen or production line workers, and teachers, for example, may be paid in this way, or through commission. Many employers use this standards-based system for evaluating employees and for setting salaries. Even if an employee manages to keep their jobs with pay-for-performance salary they may not earn enough if their low performing employee.

A fundamental criticism of performance-related pay is that the performance of a complex job as a whole is reduced to a simple, often single measure of performance. Performance-related pay may also cause a hostile work attitude as in times of low custom, multiple employees may compete for the attentions of a single customer. Performance-based systems have met some opposition as they are being adopted by corporations and governments. Teachers, Performance Pay, and Accountability

According to Daniel Kortez (page 6) Accountability for students’ test scores has become the cornerstone of education policy in the United States. State policies that rewarded or punished schools and their staffs for test scores became commonplace in the 1990s. The No Child Left behind (NCLB) act federalized this approach and made it in some respects more draconian. There is now growing interest in pay for performance plans that would reward or punish individual teachers rather than entire schools.

Kortez goes on to give a little more insight on teaching.(Kortez 2009) Teachers are...
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