The Impact of Discussing Salary Action in the Performance Appraisal Meeting

January 1, 1982
The impact of discussing vs. not discussing salary action on process characteristics (e.g., participation), content characteristics (e.g. work-planning) and PA outcomes (e.g., utility and satisfaction) is examined in a sample of supervisor subordinate pairs in this article by J. Bruce Prince (Concordia University) and Edward E. Lawler III (USC).

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