pay-for-performance UK US adjective [before noun]
HR, WORKPLACE relating to a system in which pay is based on how well someone does their job: a pay-for-performance plan/program/system »

True pay-for-performance plans provide superior pay only in the case of superior performance measured against peer companies, not just internal measures.

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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