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If there was a 1% decline, would it work to not adjust pay but record this negative inflation so that next year if it's +2% then the employees only get +1% raises? If the economy continues to go down then this won't work, but it would handle a short bump fairly without actually reducing anyone's pay. Would people still leave?



Why is it expected to get inflation-based increases with deflation-based reductions?




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