In January 1995, the new Baltimore County Executive's solution to disagreements among employees was gainsharing. The first 10 months of the program involved gathering employee input and structuring employee teams to handle the program design. Development of the gainsharing program began in November 1995 with a survey of employees across all departments to determine their readiness to participate. Based on the survey results, the 14-employee Dietary Division and the 87-employee Recreation and Par...

BPIR Categories

9.7.1 Encourage employee involvement and feedback
9.5.4 Develop & manage base & variable compensation
14.3.6 Provide ideas management & innovation processes

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