Performance based pay for the U.S. Marine Corps
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The purpose of this MBA Project is to illustrate how adding an element of Performance Based Pay to the U. S. Marine Corps' compensation system would improve the Corps' overall productivity by rewarding individual performance and adding incentives for Marines who might not be working to their full potential. The goal of this project is to demonstrate how pay-for-performance schemes used in historical and current applications from both the private and public sectors can be successfully applied in the Marine Corps. This project provides a documented background on performance based pays, a computer model showing one recommended method, and an introduction to the methodology, challenges and risks associated with the necessary cultural change.
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