Employers say pay-for-performance programs are falling short, a new survey finds, doing little to drive and reward employee performance.

The survey of 150 companies by Willis Towers Watson finds that only one in five find their merit pay programs to be effective at driving higher levels of employee performance. Meanwhile, just half say their annual incentive programs boost individual performance.

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