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Academic Journal of Business & Management, 2024, 6(4); doi: 10.25236/AJBM.2024.060409.

Compensation for Non-Staff Personnel: Balancing the Challenges of Flexibility and Fairness


Xiaoyan Chen, Wenjie Fu

Corresponding Author:
Wenjie Fu

Eye Hospital, Wenzhou Medical University, Wenzhou, China


Balancing flexibility and fairness in the employment of non-staff personnel involves determining how to meet the organization's needs for adaptability while ensuring that compensation disparities are aligned with employee contributions and market value. This approach upholds principles of labour rights and fair competition. Addressing this challenge requires the formulation of compensation policies that account for differences in job nature, skill levels, and market demands, while also mitigating the risks of dissatisfaction and attrition caused by unreasonable disparities. In this context, organizations must establish a fair and transparent compensation system, communicate compensation standards effectively, and emphasize the link between compensation and performance. This provides a rational basis of compensation decisions, thereby optimizing the allocation of human resources and fostering sustainable development.


Non-staff personnel; Compensation disparities; Fairness

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Xiaoyan Chen, Wenjie Fu. Compensation for Non-Staff Personnel: Balancing the Challenges of Flexibility and Fairness. Academic Journal of Business & Management (2024) Vol. 6, Issue 4: 51-55. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJBM.2024.060409.


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