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Almost every organization rewards people to some extent for their job status. Discuss three potential problems with rewarding employees for their job status.

Your answer should also briefly describe how organizations reward people for job status.

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One potential problem in with rewarding employees for the job status is that other staff members may feel jealous and unappreciated when they are not equally rewarded. Another problem could be that ...

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