IBM’s Incentive Compensation Program

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IBM’s Incentive Compensation Program
ABSTRACT
The following report presents an analysis of IBM’s incentive compensation program. Findings indicate that IBM’s incentive compensation program is well designed, comprehensive, and among the best in the world. This is due to the fact that the company offers a wide range of benefits from health plans to retirement packages. But the company has also been a leader for many years in terms of providing employee rewards that are linked to measurable performance objectives that support company goals. Despite these strengths, however, results of the study indicate that two areas in which IBM can improve their incentive compensation system include retirement plans and retention bonuses. Details are...
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