This thesis provides solutions to the problem of incentive contracts for jobs with multiple objectives for the specific case of Law in Order Pty Ltd Melbourne. Particularly, it aims at finding solutions to optimise the coding process, in which employees have to follow the objectives speed and accuracy. The final objective of the thesis is to provide a policy recommendation for management using the principal-agent theory, theory of organisational structure and identity economics. In order to provide solutions to the specific problem at LIO, relevant literature has been reviewed, evaluated and discussed with respect to the presented case. Additional data has been gathered from own experience and from a questionnaire designed for managers and employees. The thesis concludes with the recommendations that subjective performance measurement should be added to the already existing objective measurement as in addition to speed and accuracy other characteristics are desired. Furthermore, subjective performance measurement helps to identify constantly well-performing employees, who might get the chance of promotion, which has been identified as the main incentive for employees. Also, team-production for each project is considered as a solution. Here it is important to appoint a team-leader who is responsible for communication, motivation and ad-hoc decisions. Besides, with teams it is possible to give a team-output-based reward for the best performing team, which will motivate employees and decrease anonymity and therefore the risk of free-riding. Regarding the job design, it is recommended to separate the tasks "coding" and "quality assessment" according to the employees? talents. Efficiency wages have been considered as a solution but rejected in the case of LIO. Eventually, it is recommended to redesign the communication and hiring processes in order to optimise the coding process.