Factors Associated with Preferences Regarding Selected Forms of Variable Pay: A Replication and Extension
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International Journal of Business and Social Science
This study investigates the relationships among being paid via different variable pay systems, perceptions regarding selected work environment characteristics, and preferences regarding selected variable pay plans. The data highlight the importance of studying pay system preferences among those with significant work experience because measurement of such variables as experience with variable pay systems and perceptions of work environment characteristics is otherwise not possible. The findings suggest a link between perceptions of work autonomy, efficient management of firm resources and job support, pay satisfaction, experience with variable pay systems and preferences regarding selected variable pay systems.
Keaveny, Timothy; O'Neill, Bonnie S.; and Inderrieden, Edward, "Factors Associated with Preferences Regarding Selected Forms of Variable Pay: A Replication and Extension" (2013). Management Faculty Research and Publications. 149.
Published version. International Journal of Business and Social Science, Vol. 4, No. 4, (April 2013): 24-31. Permalink. © 2013 Centre for Promoting Ideas (CPI). Used with permission.