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Do loyal subordinates get higher wages? Experience from ChinaApplied Economics Letters
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AbstractThis paper classifies loyalty to supervisor into five dimensions, namely identification, internalization, dedication, effort and following supervisor. The results show that the 'effort' dimension has a positive effect on wage whereas the 'following supervisor' dimension has a negative effect on wage. Contrary to common perception, loyal subordinates may not get higher wages.
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Citation InformationLui, H.-K., & Wong, Y.-T. (2005). Do loyal subordinates get higher wages? Experience from China. Applied Economics Letters, 12(10), 649-652. doi: 10.1080/13504850500183639