The Story of Ajax: Fairness in Rewarding Employee Behaviors


How does your company deal with the question of fairness in its compliance program? I thought about that question while reading an article in the New York Times (NYT), entitled “That Eternal Question of Fairness”, by Nancy Koehn. In her article, Koehn discussed the book “The Ajax Dilemma: Justice, Fairness and Rewards” written by Paul Woodruff which considers how a company might distribute rewards to its employees “without damaging the larger community.” I have written about the Fair Process Doctrine which generally is recognized as allowing employees to accept a negative result if they think that the process through which the result was determined was fair and not arbitrary and capricious.

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