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Nucor - Michael Samuels Brittany Snyder Word Count 930...

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Michael Samuels Brittany Snyder Word Count 930 Nucor Nucor has been an industry steal leader within the United States since the late 1960s, and has succeeded through their management structure, incentive based pay, and industry foresight. These factors combined with the company’s goal towards low-cost production helped mold the company culture. Nucor is portrayed as respectable blue collar, hard working mentality. One of Nucor’s most positive qualities is based off this culture, as it is considered one of the top companies to work for in the industry. They are known for treating their employees very fairly, something that isn’t always the standard with some steel companies. Nucor has created this reputation with consistent management structure and policies, specifically not favoring upper management in terms of bonuses. The executives at Nucor, despite expansion, were very opposed to multiple layers of management. They wished to keep the structure very short, which they feel made for less bureaucracy within the company and also empowered the employees knowing their boss was responsible for one factory only. The entire company was judged using output control by management. This was used top to bottom from low level employees, to accountants, even the top executives. That status of goals was always made aware to employees as bonuses are paid weekly, so their current work directly affects their immediate pay.
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