Not all partners are created equal

Rosenberg, Marc L.
January 1998
CPA Journal;Jan1998, Vol. 68 Issue 1, p46
Academic Journal
Discusses essential elements of an effective partner compensation system. Need for a performance-based system; Importance of motivation; Flexibility of a system; Role of marketing; Multi-tier systems. INSETS: Pay me what I'm worth;An exercise in partner pay equality.


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