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selection and placement decisions minimizes differences

Debate the following assertion: If selection and placement decisions are made effectively, performance differences among employees should be relatively small; therefore, performance based pay isn't needed and may even be disruptive.

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Pro side: This is true as individuals of the same motivation and intuition will be placed together, thus they will work side by side, furthering the company because that is in their nature. Competition as per performance based pay may ...

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