Employee dissatisfaction with merit pay is a long‐standing problem. This study introduces four explanatory constructs, based on decisional and interactional fairness notions, that describe how supervisors implement merit pay and predict merit pay satisfaction. Multigroup confirmatory factor analyses, applied to a sample of American employees (N = 415) and a sample of Venezuelan employees (N = 239), show that the five constructs introduced here are distinct from each other and that their measures generalize across countries (cultures and languages).
Montemayor, E. (2003), "Decisional and Interactional Fairness: Supervisor Influence on Merit Pay Satisfaction: Construct Proposals and Confirmatory Factor Analyses with American and Venezuelan Samples", Management Research, Vol. 1 No. 2, pp. 145-160. https://doi.org/10.1108/15365430380000523Download as .RIS
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