I note that you have also amended your initial statement - "companies pay more salary as they make more profit" to now just talking about good workers. What about average workers, or workers who cannot work as fast, due to disability say?
Can/should companies increase pay in line with profits to all workers, or just good workers? And does it work in reverse (Whoops! Went to two there, sorry - but both just clarifications of your one point.)
If you have average workers you're doing something wrong as the employer.
Maybe so. But you were the one who introduced the concept of good (and hence bad, or average) workers. So I'll ask again - can/should companies increase pay in line with profits to all workers, or just good workers.
Second question: does it work in reverse? If companies profits go down, can / should those companies decrease wages?
There is no maybe, it's a fact. Since the blame is on management their pay should get cut first. The last thing a hurting company needs is disgruntled help. That takes quality out of your product. I think the last thing that needs to go is worker morale.
I've worked for bad management so I have experience on the matter. They keep the goofballs, cheap help, and let their ACE in the Hole go. A dummy for a manager, took credit for my hard work and even more stupid owner. They are responsible for worker morale and production. they are responsible for making sure people are trained properly.
I would say to the employer do what is in your heart to be right. Those folk should get a raise too, maybe just not as much as an above average worker.
You have to start at the bottom and work your way up. With the right incentives I just don't think you need to worry about mediocre. Management should require TEAMWORK. Just like I am asking for here.
We had boxes full of lenses that could have, should have been donated to the Lions Club
Yet the company proclaime Christ