The case highlights the impact of the recent collective bargaining changes on the implementation of performance-based pay at a Canadian business school currently working through the AACSB accreditation process, the Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan. It is from the perspective of a new faculty member who developed a decision-making process surrounding the development of a point system to assign merit pay is written involved. The process is forcing her ho Rate … Read more »

The case highlights the impact of the recent collective bargaining changes on the implementation of performance-based pay at a Canadian business school currently working through the AACSB accreditation process, the Edwards School of Business at the University of Saskatchewan. It is from the perspective of a new faculty member who developed a decision-making process surrounding the development of a point system to assign merit pay is written involved. The process is forcing them to evaluate how they structure the allocation of their work, which will directly affect their motivation towards coaching a student case competition team. Edwards used historically a judgment approach for the allocation of merit. The case describes the basic principle in the design of the new points system is used to describe the possible advantages and disadvantages, and highlights the perspectives of the various stakeholders throughout the process, including the Union, the faculties and business administration at the University, College and department levels. The union is in contrast to earn so forth has fairly strict criteria for the award of merit in the new collective bargaining agreement. Faculty opinion is mixed surrounding merit in general and the implementation of a points system in comparison to a judgment-based system in particular. Senior high school administration is continuing the merit system at the university as a tool obliged to reward excellence and retain star faculty. The individual departments at Edwards are in the middle of the completion of the standards and procedures for the award of merit-based pay. The protagonist is unsure how her department is going into the design and distribution of points, and how. Within their re-allocation of their work tasks
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Dionne Pohler
Source: Ivey Publishing
16 pages.
Release Date: 22 December 2011. Prod #: W11603-PDF-ENG
The merit of a point system at the Edwards School of Business Merit HBR case solution

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