Workers’ financial participation. East-West experiences (LMR 80)

Focuses on pay schemes which provide, in addition to fixed pay, a variable portion of remuneration linked to some measure of enterprise performance. Discusses advantages and disadvantages of different schemes, the economic, institutional and organizational contexts which encourage their development, and the characteristics of schemes that make them more or less favourable to workers. Countries are treated separately.

This book focuses on pay schemes which provide, in addition tofixed pay, a variable portion of remuneration linked to some measure of enterprise performance. The authors describe the experience of ten countries, discussing advantages and disadvantages of different schemes, the economic, institutional and organizational contexts which encourage their development, and the characteristics of schemes that make them more or less favourable to workers.