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  • Agency and justice theories suggest that pay plans affect monitoring, but the effect of monitoring on job performance has not been studied. Using a new categorization of monitoring behavior (individual/team and observing/advising), this study shows that individual observational monitoring has a positive impact on performance appraisals under gainsharing and traditional pay situations. Team advisory monitoring, however, has a positive effect on performance, measured both by appraisals and suggestions submitted under gainsharing, but a negative effect on both behaviors under traditional pay. ()
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  • 2016-06-24 ()
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  • Effects of Individual and Team Monitoring on Employee Performance: Differential Outcomes Under Gainsharing and Traditional Pay ()
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