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January 17 Federal Workplace 2011: Performance Management

The desire to have the federal government adopt a pay for performance system was dealt another blow last year when Congress pulled the plug on the Defense Department’s National Security Personnel System. With a pay system overhaul unlikely any time soon, what other ways are there to improve worker performance while working within the current performance management structure? This story will highlight new ideas for achieving this goal.

Writer: Brian Robinson, hullite AT gmail DOT com

Posted on Dec 08, 2010 at 12:20 PM


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