Should Companies Disclose Employee Compensation?
There is universal encouragement for the widespread practice of disclosing pay data in “bands” or â€œpay gradesâ€ associated with jobs. Fewer people would go beyond this to reveal what specific employees make in their jobs. Others would avoid a “one size fits all” methodology to the practice of making compensation known. These are the views my research paper of transparency in compensation will discuss further and inform
The research paper should follow this format.
Title pageâ€”short description of the subject of the paper
Abstractâ€”a concise executive summary of 50 to 100 words
Introductionâ€”statement of the purpose of the paper including the questions to be answered and statement of why the reader will be interested
Theoretical foundationâ€”presentation of theoretical concepts that serve as foundation of the paper including a review of the sources used
Discussionâ€”description of the application of the theory and relevant implications including pros and cons, and unresolved issues
Conclusionâ€”a wrap up that brings it all together
You need to go well beyond your textbook in researching your paper. Typically a research paper of this scope will have 10 to 15 sources beyond the text.
The paper will be 15 to 20 pages long (not including the title page or reference list), double spaced, and written in APA style.