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30- In order for a compensation system to work well, it must: A. Enable the firm to achieve its objectives B. Ensure low employee turnover. C. Follow an egalitarian strategy. D. Be developed according to the individual business’ environment and characteristics. E. A and d
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E. A and D. In order for a compensation system to work well, it must enable the firm to achieve its objectives and be developed according to the individual business’ environment and characteristics.
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