Is the CEO’s compensation a relevant indicator of employee treatment, fairness, or otherwise? Seems to me a better measure is the value the CEO brings to the organization relative to whatever they are paid.

I believe employees care more about how THEY can enjoy a reasonable “share of the company’s success” based on their workgroup’s contribution and care less about how much the CEO gets compensated for her or his value.

What’s your take?

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