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The number of employees medicated for anxiety and depression rise by 5.7 percent over an existing base rate of 5.2 percent when pay is based on performance–and up 8.9 percent for older workers. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Employers across the country have been putting a lot more thought into their compensation programs in recent years, partially responding to the more-competitive market for talent, but also to increasing pay transparency among workers. Many have landed on a pay-for-performance model, which seems logical enough–at first glance.

Marlene Satter

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