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Maryam Muhammad A00017436 MGT 302 Dr. Hassan Yusuf 18/04/17 Discussion Questions 1. According to a 2010 study by economists Angus Deaton and Nobel Prize winner and psychologist Daniel Kahnerman, “High incomes doesn’t bring you happiness . . . . [T]he further a person’s household income falls below $75,000, the unhappier he or she is. But no matter how much more than $75,000 people make, it doesn’t bring them any more joy.” Do you agree with their conclusion or with the conclusion in Discussion Case 10.1? Explain. Do you agree? How do you explain these results? Yes I concur with their decision. Much of the time cash does not make one happy or the higher one wins, the more joyful he or she progress toward becoming. This question is entangled in light of the fact that it relies on upon distinction individual's purpose of perspectives. In each association, there maybe a couple things that worker won't not be happy about, which might be either the staff is not cheerful about his or her wage or absence of helpful condition. 2. Several companies are moving in the direction of compensating employees with nonmonetary rewards in lieu of higher wages (see the Manager’s Notebook, “Rewarding Employees with Nonmonetary Compensation”). Why do you think this is happening? Do you think this is a good thing for companies and employees? Explain.
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