- Words: 474
- Length: 1 Pages
- Topic: Careers
- Paper #: 80090922
" (Scholl, 2002) in contrast, equity theory stresses that when workers feel that their behavior is being fairly or equitably rewarded, they will excel, and profit sharing is likely to increase subjective factors such as organizational loyalty because profit sharing upon the part of a rich company is fair.
On a practical level, equitable forces in increasing employee motivation tend to be more difficult to measure in the short-term, unlike performance