Top performers quit over pay, praise

12/8/2009 | Human Resource Executive

Top employees typically don't leave their jobs because they hate the boss but because they believe there is an "injustice" involving their compensation, writes Peter Cappelli, director of the Center for Human Resources at The Wharton School. While companies try to encourage individual excellence, he notes few have the resources to reward everyone according to their performance. "We create stars and then frustrate them," he writes.

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