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The Wells Fargo Reminder: Incentives Can Be Dangerous

People often do what they are paid to do. Incentives can have a powerful impact on the decisions people make. When properly designed, incentives can align the goals of employees with their employers. Butincentive schemes do not live a vacuum. The corporate culture that accompanies incentives can have a meaningful [...]
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