DukevWalMart - Connor Billing September 16, 2009 Dr....

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Unformatted text preview: Connor Billing September 16, 2009 Dr. Luzadis BUS 101C Duke v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. 1. The primary stakeholders in this case are the employees and to a certain extent the not necessarily recognized stakeholder of the managers. The employees, specifically the women, are being discriminated against by the management. The consumers and community plays no part in this case because this is purely a suit within the company. 2. The female employees are interested in getting fair representation in management because they feel that is what they deserve. They recognize that if they werent up to the skill level that is required, or less experienced, there would be no reason for them to attain the job, but their point is they are both of these. They feel that in some cases they are even more skilled and experienced then the men that get promoted ahead of them. Plus, they have the numbers to back up their accusations (4.38 years to get promoted for women vs. 2.84 for men). The managers are t rying (4....
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