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he Impact of the Administrative Performance Bonus System on Employee Service Performance -- case study of a certain science administrative organization
administrative performance bonus syste
performance management theory
The implementation of the Administrative Performance Bonus System is an unprecedented change and important revolution for Taiwan’s administrative agencies. The aim of this thesis is to discuss the impact and status of the administration performance bonus system on employee service performance. This paper includes qualitative and quantitative case studies at certain Executive Yuan agencies, focusing on employees who joined the administrative performance bonus system in 2004. This paper will also study and analyze motivation theory and performance management theory, contrast the nature, function and effects of the administration performance bonus system, and analyze problems that may arise. For the quantitative portion of this research, ageneral survey was conducted on employees at a certain science administrative organization. The survey was aimed at all employees who joined this system in 2004, and studied their recognition, attitude, and behavior toward the system. For the qualitative portion of this research, individual interviews were conducted on several persons participating in this system at a certain science administrative organization. The purpose of these interviews was to understand their thoughts about the system’s impact on employee service performance, how to link objectives at each level, the advantages and disadvantages of the system, and so on.
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