Accession Number : ADP001415

Title :   Nonpecuniary Rewards and Military Compensation,

Corporate Author : HAY ASSOCIATES WASHINGTON D C

Personal Author(s) : Pappas,Linda

Report Date : 1981

Pagination or Media Count : 10

Abstract : This paper presents the importance and impact of nonpecuniary factors in compensation systems. Nonpecuniary rewards impact different categories of workers differently. Appropriate compensation has a substantial impact on morale, productivity and job satisfaction. In the light of decreasing budgets and increasing demands for high quality military members, the military compensation system needs to consider increased utilization of nonpecuniary rewards.

Descriptors :   *Compensation, *Military personnel, *Incentive contracts, *Performance(Human), Morale, Job satisfaction, Productivity, Fringe benefits, Benefits, Personnel retention, Salaries, Money, Personnel management, Predictions

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE