Is pay based on results better than a fixed pay?For an employee, the job assures him or her a known fixed amount by the end of the month. The employer has to take the effort to ensure that the employees work to the expected standards. In many sectors, the commitment, efficiency, and accountability is variable and does not impact the take-home money.
Would the employees work better if they were to be offered a result based pay rather than a fixed amount? In such a system, the employer need not religiously supervise the staff. For a better salary, we would be putting in our effort fully knowing that the pay would be much better.
Can a salary(or part of it) based on results be better than a fixed salary?