Performance-related pay and employment relations in European companies

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16 oktober 2012
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This report analyses data from Eurofound’s European Company Survey of 2009 to examine the incidence of performance-related pay (PRP) in European establishments and what determines it, with a specific focus on the role of employment relations. Larger establishments, those in Read more
This report analyses data from Eurofound’s European Company Survey of 2009 to examine the incidence of performance-related pay (PRP) in European establishments and what determines it, with a specific focus on the role of employment relations. Larger establishments, those in foreign ownership, in the financial intermediation and commerce sectors, and those located in some central and eastern European countries are more likely to have a PRP scheme based on the performance of individuals. Across Europe, PRP schemes are more likely to be in place in companies that have employee representation in place. 
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    2
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    ef11441
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    Præstationsbetingede løn- og arbejdsforhold i europæiske virksomheder - Resultaterne af den europæiske virksomhedsundersøgelse 2009 - Resumé

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    Eurofound
    Øget konkurrence og økonomisk krise har resulteret i større efterspørgsel efter lønfleksibilitet. Større decentralisering af lønreguleringen har også givet arbejdsgiverne mulighed for at søge og opnå indrømmelser om større lønfleksibilitet. Den europæiske virksomhedsundersøgelse 2009 fandt, at en tredjedel af de europæiske virksomheder med mere end 10 ansatte bruger lønformer, der er betingede af den enkeltes præstation. Noget under en femtedel benytter lønelementer, der er betingede af en gruppes præstation.



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  • European Company Survey 2009

    Eurofound’s European Company Survey (ECS) maps and analyses company policies and practices which can have an impact on smart, sustainable and inclusive growth, as well as the development of social dialogue in companies. This series consists of outputs from the ECS 2009, the second edition of the survey. The survey was first carried out in 2004–2005 as the European Establishment Survey on Working Time and Work-Life Balance. 

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