Quiz 9_Key - Quiz 9: Incentive and Benefits Administration...

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Quiz 9: Incentive and Benefits Administration NAME: ______________________________ 1. A dishwasher in a certain small restaurant can typically run 6 loads through the machine each hour. The restaurant manager offers dishwashers a double wage for each hour in which they run 10 loads of dishes or more through the machine. Three months after this incentive program is begun, the restaurant’s dishwashers have never earned this incentive, and employee productivity is the same as ever. Which of the following is probably the incentive program’s most serious problem? a. The incentive is based on subjective measures. b. Employees may think the goal is not attainable . c. The rewards are not substantial enough to encourage effort. d. The rewards are linked to time invested, not output. 2. A restaurant manager offers dishwashers a double wage for each hour in which all dishes they send to the tables are perfectly clean . Three months after this incentive program is begun, the restaurant’s dishwashers have never earned this bonus, and employee productivity is the same as ever. Which of the following is probably the incentive program’s most serious problem? a.
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course HRAD 3783 taught by Professor Slevitch during the Spring '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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Quiz 9_Key - Quiz 9: Incentive and Benefits Administration...

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