This thesis is based on the general assumption, that the correlation between respectively risk, distortion and manipulation problems, and the consideration of coordination and motivation, as a consequence of design choices, is able to explain the incentive gain from the use of pay-for-performance. The starting point is a present empirical problem concerning the fact that a large amount of Danish companies that applies pay-for-performance believes that the incentive gain on coordination and motivation is insufficient. With this notion in mind, this thesis seeks to test a theory generated hypothesis for the correlation between design choices, problems and considerations.
|Educations||MSc in Human Resource Management, (Graduate Programme) Final Thesis|
|Number of pages||124|