Performance-related pay and employment relations in European companies

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16 Octobre 2012
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16 Octobre 2012
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Résumé

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. An executive summary is available - see Related content.
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    Number of Pages: 
    88
    Reference No: 
    ef1144
    ISBN: 
    978-92-897-1048-0
    Catalogue: 
    TJ-31-11-270-EN-C
    DOI: 
    10.2806/30124
    Catalogue info

    Performance-related pay and employment relations in European companies

    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.

  • Executive summary

    Number of pages: 
    2
    Reference No: 
    ef11441
    Catalogue info

    Rémunération liée aux performances et rapports de travail dans l’entreprise européenne - Conclusions de l’enquête sur les entreprises en Europe 2009 - Synthèse

    Authors: 
    Eurofound
    L’intensification de la concurrence et la crise économique ont renforcé les demandes allant dans le sens de la flexibilité salariale. La décentralisation plus marquée de la réglementation en matière de rémunération a également permis aux employeurs de rechercher et d’obtenir des concessions pour une plus grande flexibilité des salaires. L’enquête sur les entreprises en Europe 2009 (ECS – European Company Survey) a révélé qu’un tiers des établissements européens employant plus de 10 personnes utilisaient des formes de rémunération liées à la performance de l’individu; un peu moins d’un cinquième ont recours à des éléments de rémunération liés aux performances d’un groupe.



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