Portland-State-University 2014-2015 Bulletin

Mgmt 561 Reward Systems and Performance Management

Study of reward system practices that aid in motivation, employee development, and productivity improvement to meet organization goals. Shows how job analysis data forms the information base for both compensation and performance appraisal processes. Includes an analytic study of traditional and evolving methods of compensation management, and relates this and performance appraisal processes to the broad performance management framework. Also offered for undergraduate-level credit as Mgmt 461 and may be taken only once for credit.




Prerequisite: prior completion of Mgmt 351; prior completion of or concurrent registration in Mgmt 512. Preference on waiting list will be given to HRM-option students.
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  • 500