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Pay for Contribution

“Pay for contribution” is a practice organizations use to reward employees who have contributed value to the organization beyond their performance objectives. For example, an organization might reward an employee who landed a big account, implemented a cost-saving measure, prevented a potential loss of business or developed intellectual property.

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