According To A Recent Wall Street Journal Article Entitled Pay

According to a recent Wall Street Journal article entitled “Pay gap fuels worker woes,”. the gap between top executive and employee compensation has never been greater. That’s triggering lower morale and productivity on some corporate staffs, and making it more difficult to attract and keep talent, even in a slowing economy.[on the other hand] hard-charging CEOs, who have spent decades climbing the ladder by putting in 80-hour workweeks, say they deserve to hit the jackpot when they gain the corner office. What is your view on these conflicting perspectives? Would you be willing to make the necessary sacrifice to become a CEO and “hit the jackpot”? According to management guru Peter Drucker, a CEO’s pay should never exceed 20 times that of the average employee. Do you agree? Explain why or why not.

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