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Authors: Kathleen P Hess
Published by: Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Published in: "The CASE Journal", 2011
Length: 16 pages
Data source: Field research

Abstract

Susan works for a small S-Corporation that is experiencing issues with its incentive program. Specifically, employees find that the company’s incentive program is rather ambiguous and confusing. Susan is in a position to do something about it but she is not sure what to do. Students are challenged to design an incentive program for the small company. This case exercise is appropriate for undergraduate students in organizational behavior or management courses and should coincide with discussions of motivation and employee incentives. This case is based on the author’s personal experiences.

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Abstract

Susan works for a small S-Corporation that is experiencing issues with its incentive program. Specifically, employees find that the company’s incentive program is rather ambiguous and confusing. Susan is in a position to do something about it but she is not sure what to do. Students are challenged to design an incentive program for the small company. This case exercise is appropriate for undergraduate students in organizational behavior or management courses and should coincide with discussions of motivation and employee incentives. This case is based on the author’s personal experiences.

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