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Psykhe (Santiago)

versión On-line ISSN 0718-2228

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GANGLOFF, Bernard; MAYORAL, Luisa; PERSONNAZ, Bernard  y  REZAZI, Amine. Are Managers' Advisors Aware of Factors Determining Their Premium Distribution Suggestions? : A Study on Distributive Justice. Psykhe [online]. 2016, vol.25, n.2, pp.1-13. ISSN 0718-2228.  http://dx.doi.org/10.7764/psykhe.25.2.938.

Three modes of salary distribution have been advanced by distributive justice theoreticians: equality, equity, and need. This study is part of a broader research whose first part has already been published. In that first part 480 employees from Buenos Aires , Argentina, were asked to advise their managers on the amount of a premium to be distributed among their subordinates, considering, with regard to equity, the performance of these subordinates, their degree of adherence to certain discriminatory orders, and the reasons of this adherence/rebellion. These subordinates were characterized by their performance and one of them was defined as obedient (or disobedient) and as being in financial need (or not). The results showed that the most productive employees received the largest premiums, rebellious ones were penalized, and obedient ones were rewarded in an identical manner. The second part, which is discussed here and is based on the same sample, examined the advisors' responses to 3 complementary questions about the importance ascribed to performance, need, and obedience. Factorial ANOVAs show that advisors are rarely aware of these criteria, especially performance and economic need.

Palabras clave : distributive justice; equity; performance; allegiance; discrimination.

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