WWF (Pakistan): A Major Shift Towards a New Appraisal and Compensation System
Fariha Zahid and
Asian Journal of Management Cases, 2020, vol. 17, issue 2, 169-187
Hammad, the newly appointed Director General of World Wide Fund for Nature-Pakistan ( WWF - Pakistan ), was musing over the decision regarding a major overhaul in some of their critical work practices. This decision was in response to the recent feedback received from the employees regarding the areas which needed to be improved in the organization. According to the given scenario, the majority of their employees were quite dissatisfied and demotivated over some of their human resource areas. Although Hammad was quite clear headed about the idea that a change was needed to take place in some of their key human resource practices, there were certain pros and cons involved in these decisions, which he wanted to discuss with his Senior Manager, Tahir. They both had their unanimous decision on the fact that if they wanted to retain a motivated and hardworking staff, their existing appraisal and compensation system needed to be aligned with the overall mission and organizational values of WWF. Whether they were ready to make this change, and how this change will reflect on their current system, were the main issues they wanted to address.
Keywords: Human resource management; appraisal; compensation; motivation; organizational values (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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