Thursday February 27, 2020

Why greed isn't good in work

Philip Connolly interviews Eleanor O'Higgins, of the UCD School of Business.

25th August, 2012
Eleanor O'Higgins: 'Exorbitant pay is getting very unpopular'. Photo: Tony O'Shea

Nothing grabs the attention quite like a top executive pulling in a massive salary and significant bonuses.

While many recipients may argue that they are worth it, does the idea of pay for performance still stand up in the aftermath of the financial crash?

Eleanor O'Higgins is on the faculty of the UCD School of Business and is a visiting academic at the London School of Economics. Specialising in business ethics and corporate governance, she...

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