Read: Performance Related Pay Has Failed.

Performance-Related Pay (PRP) has failed argues Gareth Murphy. Its time has come and gone – again.

Originally popular in the early part of the 20th century, it was resurrected by corporations, CEOs and HR gurus in the later part of the last century but has now reached its zenith and needs to be binned.

PRP has been cited in a number of reports as a contributing factor in miss-selling scandals and the financial crisis of 2008.

We All Know What “Voluntary” Means.

One of our listeners, James Mulcahy, sent us in this response to the discussion of the Organisation of Working Time Act that took place in episode one of our podcast.  We’ll have more articles along these lines next week.  Until then, …