Questions41 - 52
Read the text below about team-based pay
In most of the lines 41 - 52 there is one extra word. It is either grammatically incorrect of does not fit in with the sense of the text. Some lines, however,are correct .
If a line is correct, write CORRECT on your Answer Sheet.
If there is an extra word in the line ,write the extra word in CAPITAL LETTERS on your Answer Sheet .
The exercise begins with two examples, (0) and (00) .
0 Team-based pay schemes that have been catching the eye of modern employers.
00 Supporters say that they encourage group endeavour and improve 41 organizational performance. But salespeople, typically the most self-motivated
42 of workers, they have traditionally been rewarded according to individual
43 performance. So are team-based schemes suitable ? The key issue is
44 whether team-based pay is more being in line with the organization’s objectives
45 than pay which based on individual achievement. Introducing a team pay
46 scheme can be complex. The biggest problem is for defining the team in the first
47 place. Another is that team pay schemes won’t work if the actions
48 individual make no impact on those of another. You should need a true team.
49 like a football team. Where all the members are interdependent. When sales staff
50 can be less receptive to team pay schemes because personal motivation can
51 be an important boost to performance What they need is their encouragement
52 to perceive that the wider term of the company overall : production, administration and dispatch all affect each other.
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