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Understanding Pay: Perceptions, Communication and Impact in For-Profit Organizations

@inproceedings{Diekmann2015UnderstandingPP,
  title={Understanding Pay: Perceptions, Communication and Impact in For-Profit Organizations},
  author={Nancy Diekmann},
  year={2015}
}
This qualitative case study investigated pay perceptions and compensation communication in for-profit companies in the Midwestern United States. The purpose of this study was to explore how pay-related communication can be improved to benefit employees and their organizations. Labor costs are the primary expense of most organizations. The ability to optimize compensation strategies to attract and retain a high-performing workforce is vital to organizational success. Interviews were conducted… 

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