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If the CEO’s High Salary Isn't Justified to Employees, Firm Performance May Suffer

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It’s no surprise that business executives make more money than lower-level employees. But when that pay disparity between a CEO and the average worker is perceived as unfair, the result may be more than unhappy workers: A firm’s performance can deteriorate.

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