Profit Sharing Gooses Productivity For A WhileGene Koretz
A number of studies by economists tell the same inspiring story: Other things being equal, companies with profit-sharing plans for their employees tend to have higher labor productivity than those without such plans. But is profit-sharing itself responsible for this effect, or does it occur because enlightened companies with good employee relations often have profit-sharing schemes?
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