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Not Paid for Performance

Study shows racial differences in pay based on organization’s diversity climate

By Kendra Clark, for SIOP

In some organizations that pay for performance, performance might not be the only factor affecting an employee’s paycheck.

Specifically, a new study shows pay for performance relationships might differ depending on employees’ race-ethnicity and organizations’ diversity climate.

A recent study conducted by SIOP member Yan Chen and her colleagues Ingrid Fulmer, Patrick McKay, and Derek Avery looked at the differences in the relationship between pay and performance for U.S. employees of different races. The study also considered whether employees felt their place of employment was a “supportive diverse climate,” meaning employees perceived their employers as fair and inclusive....Read more


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