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Do we correctly value our bosses and management level workers in Britain today? This question has been on everybody’s lips following the economic crisis and the revelation of some of the bankers’ and investment managers’ bonuses that were being paid. A lot of people will agree that the management sector has been overpaid for the comparatively little amount of work done, and it certainly seems there has been a bit of a mismatch in valuation.
The hard-working, low-level employee might work far harder than those at the top yet earn far, far less money. Why should this be the case? How can it be justified? Well, we certainly think there’s too much of a disparity between the top earners and the bottom earners in the country, but would argue that instead of bringing high wages down we should bring low wages up. Managers do have an important role to play – after all without a manager the work might get done but it might be the wrong work, or produced at the wrong time, or any of a thousand other potential slip-ups. What’s more, the job of manager suggests one of responsibility; we will welcome the high wages earned when it is the managers not the workers who lose their jobs when a project fails. NB