Unformatted text preview: Use theories from the chapter to support your answer. Answer: Student opinions will vary, but they may say that from expectancy theory, it would motivate workers because they know that if they work hard and get promoted to the CEO level, they’ll be rewarded well. Some may say that from an equity perspective, everyone is working a full work week and there shouldn’t be such a discrepancy---that discrepancy will be perceived as unfair and workers will decrease their output. 4. When you finish school and get a job, will your CEO’s pay impact your motivation? Why or why not? What about your immediate supervisor’s?...
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- Spring '10
- Management, Executive Pay Watch