Is a Bad Deed That Goes Unpunished Less Bad?
In experiments, immorality and harm are deemed more extreme merely because an act was punished
Employees Are OK with Unequal Pay — If They Have a Say in It
Workers involved in compensation decisions might accept a co-worker’s better deal if management didn’t unilaterally decide
The Surprising Power of Giving Up Choice Control
Abdicating a decision to someone else is viewed as an act of generosity that is handsomely rewarded
Being Biased against Friends to Appear Unbiased
If the boss is your friend, and compensation decisions are public, a bonus you’d get on merit might not be forthcoming