pay dispersion

pay dispersion

the extent of PAY inequality within a firm or a country Pay dispersion is usually measured as a ratio of average pay in the 9th decile to that in the 10th decile of the pay distribution. See PAY DIFFERENTIAL.
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As a result of their capacity to provide inducements that are preferable to other conceivable hiring destinations (Stefanescu-Mihaila, 2015), companies that supply greater pay dispersion by comparison with competitors should be more advantageously placed to maintain their high performing personnel.
Option-grant rigidity is also consistent with the sharp rise in the correlation between CEO pay and stock returns during the 1990s, and with the increase in CEO pay dispersion during the tech boom.
Executive pay dispersion has a significant impact on how top management teams (TMTs) function and how their organizations perform.
Does pay dispersion have a positive or negative effect on work performance?
The basic concept of tracking pay dispersion within boundaries is where concern with fair pay must lead.
Using a unique dataset of test scores for every individual admitted into an Australian university between 1989 and 2003, Leigh explores how changes in average pay or pay dispersion affect the decision to enter teacher education courses in the eight states and territories that make up Australia.
Confining the analysis to the wage structure and pay dispersion misses some of the major changes that have occurred in the pubic sector in Australia.
Second, union wage policies within and across firms lower pay dispersion.
The second is narrow pay dispersion, which can lead to less of a gender wage differential when women are concentrated in lower-paying jobs.
Does the degree of pay dispersion differ by occupation?
system of minimum wage legislation, the Wages Councils, on adult employment and pay dispersion.