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    Identify and evaluate the reward system

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    Review Case Study 11-3, 'Team-Based Rewards for the State of Georgia', on page 312 of the text. Identify and evaluate the aspects of the reward system described for both positive and negative aspects. Include conclusion or summary,

    Aguinis, H. (2013) Performance management. 3rd ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson/Prentice Hall.

    I attached 2 files, one is the case study (print screen), and another one is the text book as a reference. But I prefer other academic reference rather than the text book.

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    Reward systems are an important part of any organization. "Every company needs a strategic reward system for employees that addresses these four areas: compensation, benefits, recognition and appreciation" (Entrepreneur, 2013, para 1).

    The positive aspects of the Georgia's Department of Human Resources reward system are:
    • Training for the management team is given to help them understand how the system works and how to implement the system at each phase. It is important for the management team to understand how the reward system works in order to use it properly to extend to their employees.
    • The system addresses the reward of compensation by awarding potential salary increases based on employee performance. This is a very motivating element for employees and can provide the needed boost at times for those employees who may be on the fence about remaining with the company or searching elsewhere for employment.
    • There are development elements involved in the PMS for the employee to work to improve in an effort to obtain the potential rewards. For those employees who do not meet expectations or who need ...

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    The solution assists with identifying and evaluating the reward system.