The wage below which a worker will not work is a. the equilibrium wage b. the union wage c....

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The wage below which a worker will not work is

a. the equilibrium wage

b. the union wage

c. the efficiency wage

d. the reservation wage

Wages and Incentives:

Employers want to get the most output from their workers at the lowest cost. Employers thus devise many creative ways to align the incentives of the workers with their own such as profit sharing or performance pay.

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Bargaining Issues: Wages & Wage Incentives

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Chapter 7 / Lesson 5
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Wage and wage incentive programs are integral parts of union contracts. Discover incentive programs such as profit sharing and gain sharing, as well as wage programs such as the two-tier pay plan and wage adjustments.


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