Incomplete comparison


In the sentence below, I am struggling with identifying the incomplete comparison. I keep seeing it being flagged with that as the issue (the language being "Ensure there are no incomplete comparisons in your work; the sentence must be complete, so the things being compared are clearly identifiable.") Here is the sentence: 


The higher an employees’ perceived job control, especially as it relates to work schedule, the more likely  employees are to experience positive spillover. 

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