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(35) Use study unit 1 as your starting point when answering this question. The compensation model discusses four policies and four techniques to achieve the goals of the system. You must identify and discuss the policies and the techniques. The policies: Alignment Competitiveness Contributions
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32 Management Briefly discuss each of these goals. The techniques Internal structure External structure Incentive plans Evaluation Discuss each briefly. ASSIGNMENT 04 4.1 Before Katie can decide on whether pay for performance would be the best option, she must know the advantages and disadvantages of individualised incentive plans. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages and advise Katie accordingly. (20) Use study unit 8 as the starting point for answering this question. You must discuss the advantages and disadvantages of pay for performance and, based on this information, make a recommendation to Katie. 4.2 Katie’s other option is to implement flexible benefits in Performance Sports. Explain the concept of flexible benefits to her and advise her by indicating the advantages and disadvantages for employers and employees. (30) Use study unit 10 as point of departure for answering this question. You must give a comprehensive description, containing at least 15 facts, of the concept “flexible benefits” and then discuss the advantages and disadvantages for both employers and employees. After the discussion, make a recommendation.
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