Assumptions of the Equity Theory - comparing their inputs...

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Assumptions of the Equity Theory The theory demonstrates that the individuals are concerned both with their own rewards and also with what others get in their comparison. Employees expect a fair and equitable return for their contribution to their jobs. Employees decide what their equitable return should be after
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Unformatted text preview: comparing their inputs and outcomes with those of their colleagues. • Employees who perceive themselves as being in an inequitable scenario will attempt to reduce the inequity either by distorting inputs and/or outcomes psychologically, by directly altering inputs and/or outputs, or by quitting the organization....
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