gainsharing
gain·shar·ing /'gān-ˌshar-iŋ/ n: incentive-based compensation that ties wage increases or bonuses to increased productivity rather than profit increases

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

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  • gainsharing —  Management program where workers’ pay is related to various performance goals.  ► “Gainsharing is tied to the achievement of specific goals, such as productivity, quality improvement and cost effectiveness.” (Wall Street Journal, May 30, 1996, p …   American business jargon

  • gainsharing — noun A compensation system in which companies share the financial value of performance gains, such as productivity, cost savings, or quality, with their workers …   Wiktionary

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  • Доля в прибыли — (англ. gainsharing; фр. participation aux bénéfices) система отношений между работодателями и рабочими, при которой последние получают некоторую часть прибыли или прибавочной стоимости. В конце семидесятых годов XIX века многие (напр.… …   Википедия

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