Management literature has long suggested that remuneration is a “hygiene factor” rather than a “motivator”, ie. talent may be de-motivated by what is perceived as insufficient remuneration but only transiently motivated positively by remuneration. Other motivators are more effective for delivering high quality sustained performance. The remuneration debate to date has largely failed to reflect this insight.
Saturday, 17 October 2009
UKSIF policy submissions
Some good stuff here. Some of the commentary in the Walker submission in particular is interesting, and I'm glad that someone is saying things like this -