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Adoption of an organizational pay structure that consists of a small number of broad pay ‘bands’, usually four or five in total. This allows greater scope for rewarding individual employees on the basis of performance, skill level, and market value without moving them into a different pay band or changing their job titles. See also delayering.

Subjects: Human Resource Management.

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