Incentive Compensations for Contractors - Calculations

It is counterproductive to have an incentive program that is either too subjective or too objective.

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In order to achieve a perception of equity across your teams, the right balance needs to be found.

What if you can establish an incentive program for all levels, regardless of the type of work that you do or how it is managed, that is considered fair, equitable and achievable?

How do the best-in-class incentive programs leverage flexibility between subjectivity and quantified objectivity?

We’ll discuss the best practices for aligning your entire organization around common goals, and then establishing functional incentives that set your team up for success.


In this video series, Courtney Stearns, Sue Weiler-Doke, and David Brown discuss the most common questions we get from contractors about incentive programs, including a bunch of great questions from the audience.

This is Part 3 of a 20-Part Series


Topics Covered in the Series Include:

  • Mitigating the Talent Shortage
  • Union vs Open
  • Prerequisites
  • Behaviors
  • Alignment

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