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Performance-oriented Pay in Human Service Organizations

Performance-oriented compensation (also referred to as “pay(-ment)”) is a direct or indirect remuneration or variable salary component paid to employees depending on their performance and capacity (“pay per performance”). Additional to other incentive systems or schemes, performance-oriented pay is primarily designed to increase the motivation and performance of professionals and managers, and thus also the productivity and effectiveness of the whole organisation.

New Article Published: Research on Religious Missions in Cultural Psychology

Mission (lat. missio) stands for sending members of a religious group or organization to spread their faith. This article provides the reader with a short overview about the current state of art in cultural psychological research.