Research on Private College Teachers' Incentive Mechanism in View of Potter - Lawler Model: Taking Shandong Province as an Example

Hongkun QIN


private college teachers have characteristics of instability, low level and creativity, etc. Applying Potter Lawler comprehensive incentive model to analyze private college teachers' incentive mechanism and combing the private colleges' own situation in Shandong province, propose the construction of reasonable and effective incentive mechanism, and promote the development of University teachers.

Key words: Comprehensive incentive model; Shandong; Private college


Comprehensive incentive model; Shandong; Private college

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