Performance-related Pay Policies for Government Employees

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OECD
20 May 2005
Pages:
224
ISBN:
9789264007550 (PDF) ;9789264007536(print)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/9789264007550-en

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This report presents an overview of performance-related pay policies (PRP) for government employees in selected OECD member countries over the past two decades.  Both the strengths and the weaknesses of PRP policies are assessed.  The report explores the various paths of reform in each country, investigating the reasons why PRP policies are being implemented and how the policies operate concretely.  The outcomes of PRP policies at the individual and team levels are evaluated, and recommendations are made on what should be done or avoided with the implementation of PRP. The report includes a number of case studies.

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Table of Contents

Executive Summary
Glossary
PART I. PERFORMANCE-RELATED PAY POLICIES FOR GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES: AN OVERVIEW OF OECD COUNTRIES
Chapter 1. Performance Pay in the Wider Management Context
Chapter 2. Key Trends in Performance-Related Pay in OECD Countries
Chapter 3. Implementation and Impact of PRP: Lessons to be Learned
Conclusion
Selective Bibliography
PART II. CASE STUDIES
Chapter 4. Country Case Studies
-Performance-Related Pay in Canada
-Performance-Related Pay in Denmark
-Performance-Related Pay in Finland
-Performance-Related Pay in France
-Performance-Related Pay in Germany
-Performance-Related Pay in Hungary
-Performance-Related Pay in Italy
-Performance-Related Pay in Korea
-Performance-Related Pay in New Zealand
-Performance-Related Pay in Spain
-Performance-Related Pay in Sweden
-Performance-Related Pay in Switzerland
-Performance-Related Pay in United Kingdom
-Performance-Related Pay in Chile
Chapter 5. Case Studies of Performance-Related Pay Schemes
-Performace Pay for School Teacher in England and Wales
-The National Institute of Social Security (INSS), Spain
-The Ministry of Defence, United Kingdom
-The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), United Kingdom: An Example of Team Pay
-The Case of the Revenue Agency, Italy
Annex A. Performance-Related Pay Policies across 12 OECD Countries: Brief Overview

 
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