Case: Xcel Energy Pays for Employees Who Excel Case: Xcel Energy Pays for Employees Who Excel Nicolette Van Havel Kaplan University AB203: Human Resources Management Professor Ted Lahne September 20, 2011 Case: Xcel Energy Pays for Employees Who Excel Introduction Xcel Energy, an electricity and natural gas company, based in Minneapolis believes that rewarding employees is linked to job performance. (Noe, Hollenbeck, Gerhart, & Wright, 2009 pg 361 para. 1). With this in
Running head: EMPLOYEES WHO EXCEL Xcel Energy Pays for Employees Who Excel Dorothy "Micki" Gould Kaplan University MT203: Human Resource Management Professor Denise Rodgers December 01, 2011 Xcel Energy Pays for Employees Who Excel Introduction “Employers with well-developed performance management systems often connect compensation to performance appraisal ratings to determine the amount of salary increases and bonuses for employees who meet or exceed the company's performance expectations
Running head: Xcel Energy Pays for Employees Who Excel Xcel Energy Pays for Employees who Excel Excelling in any type of job field is not only something to be proud of; it’s a reward. When a person excel’s it usually means that the job is being done correctly and the employer recognizes a job well done. Xcel Energy, an electricity and natural gas utility company located in Minneapolis, believes in reward incentives for employees who excel. Due to the overwhelming opportunity of excelling
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