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Scientific selection, training/development of workers so that all are capable of achieving output and quality targets; The ‘mental revolution’: combining the science of work and scientifically selected and trained staff. Workers encouraged to develop to full potential; Co-operation between management and workers. Implications for: Recruitment and selection processes; Work measurement and strict controls; Fair expectations of the individual; Training; Job design and specification of task; Financial rewards.
Ultimate users. KK K K Business to business (B2B) KKK Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCGs) 39 ————————————————————————————————————————— Marketing Marketing and business contexts The added 3 factors to the ‘four Ps’ become relevant: People. Employees deal with customers and impact on customer satisfaction levels. Processes. Systems involved in providing a service. Physical evidence. Reassurance by references from past satisfied customers act as a substitute for physical evidence. K Not for Profit (NFP) organisations form part of this group (including charities, hospitals, political parties, universities and local authorities).
Broad-banded. Individual job ranges (where the content and size of jobs are widely different). e. g. finance). Spot rates: a specific rate for the job. Pay spines: a series of incremental points. ‘Rate for age’: a specific rate, linked to age for staff in certain jobs. Profit-related pay Attempts a sense of shared ownership and corporate commitment. 58 ————————————————————————————————————————— ––––––––––––––––––––– People Issues: Motivation, Rewards and Ethical Considerations Reward systems KK KK More about PRP Based on Taylorist idea of rewarding workers on the basis of outputs.