Rewards influence individual motivation and thus affect individual and team performance. But rewards system cannot succeed if employee’s performance is not adequately measured. They are complex programs to design properly and even harder to implement effectively. Students in IRE3615 will study performance measurement and incentive program design to motivate and develop employee performance. Key topics include performance assessment; employee motivation, discipline, and performance conciliation; and design and implementation of compensation and benefit systems to attract and retain talent, while facilitating achievement of the strategic objectives of the organization.
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