It's very possible that in the future, the executives who have been using incentive programs for decades to reward their best workers may re-evaluate this practice. The dearth of workers in some regions and the talent gap in the labor pool will have corporate executives wondering if they'll even have the skilled employees who qualify for performance-improvement rewards. Serious economic crises in places such as Asia have already prompted many corporations to question both the cost of reward ...

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