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Higher paid managers care less about non-powerful employees and legal constraints

08 april 2010
Dr. Jennifer Jordan
Dr. Jennifer Jordan

The salary level of managers affects decision making in companies. ‘Individuals who receive higher salaries are less concerned about the well-being of non-powerful employees and they prioritize higher the profitability of the company and their own financial rewards’, says dr. Jennifer Jordan. Her paper Salary and Decision Making: Relationship Between Pay and Focus on Financial Profitability and Prosociality in an Organizational Context, published in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology, is the next FEB Publication of the Month.

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