Wegman Case analysis.docx

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Case analysis Wegmans store builds and boosts its employees’ loyalty by offering them unique packages that no other grocery industries have. It furnishes their staff members with completely paid medical coverage, college scholarships and travels around the world to enhance their knowledge ( Ebert & Griffin , 2014). Moreover, Wegmans shows that being both socially and organically dependable can build employees faithfulness, development, and benefits, making a win–win circumstance for the association and vital partners. However, Wegmans has a high labor turnover cost (6%) which most of them are young people. Moreover, Wegmans Invest $76 million for scholarships for more than 23,000 employees. To analyze the Wegmans case, there are some important assumptions I am using in my thinking. Most of the part-time employees are young people who join Wegmans to satisfy their personal
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