In a Nutshell: Issue 110  

This experimental study is the first of its kind to provide evidence for a causal link between performance-related pay and poor health outcomes in those paid on piece rate. It serves as an important reminder for employers to consider the unintended consequences of their reward strategy and ensure that employee stress, which also has a knock-on effect on productivity, doesn’t outweigh the advantages of performance-related pay.

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