Subjective Evaluation of Performance and Evaluation Interview: Empirical Evidence from France
In: The Analysis of Firms and Employees: Quantitative and Qualitative Approaches
Using a matched employer / employee survey on computerisation and organisational change (COI), we show that : 1) evaluation interviews have a positive impact on productive and cognitive effort and that if evaluation interviews increase effort through two effects (the classical incentive effect and also a selection effect), the selection effect is stronger in the case of individual production compared with the case of team production. 2) evaluated employees earn more than employees in a classical incentive scheme and fifth, evaluated workers have a better knowledge of the rules driving wage setting.
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