Walmart incentive Pay
MANAGING TALENT: How Wal-Mart Is Setting Pay at the Top ... and Bottom Alyssa Cash Kaplan University MT203: Human Resources Management – 02 Lisa Hone 02/15/2014
MANAGING TALENT: How Wal-Mart Is Setting Pay at the Top ... and Bottom 2.
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2. How do you think Wal-Mart’s store workers would judge the equity of the difference between their total compensation and Mike Duke’s total compensation? Do you think the difference would motivate them to work hard to move into management positions? Why or why not?
MANAGING TALENT: How Wal-Mart Is Setting Pay at the Top ... and Bottom 4.
Workers are often willing to work when they feel they are being paid what they deserve to be paid or are granted the hours they should be. I know for one I’m outraged to see how much the CEO made that year compared to how many are living pay check to paycheck and giving their all to the company. I worked there for year and half, always came in on my days off, came in on snow days, worked in many different departments at once, and worked their without complaint throughout my entire pregnancy and was dismissed right before my maternity leave because they didn’t want to pay my compensation. I was the 4th woman they had done that to in the last 5 years at that point. I was motivated during my work, I often did jobs that were way above my pay raise and actually applied for manager positions because I had become so good at doing the job my own manager refused to do, and a pay raise certainly would have helped since I was only 7.50 a hour, and raising 2 kids as a single mom. I feel that if workers felt like their hard work mattered and that they didn’t have to struggle to survive