Entitlement vs. earned rewards

New research from the University of New Hampshire indicates workers who have a sense of entitlement are more likely to get into conflicts, request preferential treatment and become unhappy with their jobs. These workers, who often feel they deserve rewards that do not correspond with their effort or ability, may try to obtain rewards through unconventional or unethical means, says researcher Paul Harvey.

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