Talent ideology questioned

July 2012
Employee Benefits;Jul2012, p14
The article reports that according to David Bolchover, author of the book "Pay check: Are top earners really worth it?," the justifications for high executive pay lie in talent ideology. Bolchover says that basing executive pay decisions on the packages received elsewhere in an industry has repercussions.


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