Equity Theory and the Managerial Matrix

Huseman, Richard C.; Hatfield, John D.
April 1990
Training & Development Journal;Apr90, Vol. 44 Issue 4, p98
Focuses on the application of the equity theory to personnel management. Identification of a specific set of managerial behaviors that influence employee performance; Management of employee perceptions; Impact of managerial strategies on employee outcomes.


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