Patton, Arch
November 1966
Management Review;Nov66, Vol. 55 Issue 11, p38
Academic Journal
Discusses the management of executive pay in the U.S. as of 1966. Primacy of promotion as an incentive; Motivational leverage inherent in promotion; Executives' need for a competitive environment; Pay increase policies; Points emphasized in compensation policies; Pay gap between management levels. INSET: PAY GAP BETWEEN MANAGEMENT LEVELS NARROWS.


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