job is worth to the organization and what the organization should pay the

Job is worth to the organization and what the

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job is worth to the organization and what the organization should pay the person for the job. Many jobs are constrained by market forces to pay the top management much more to attract and retain top talent. 3) Individual wage decisions : In an ideal work environment all employees would be paid the same compensation. This seldom happens. Questions for Analysis 1. The Family and Medical Leave Act of 1993 is seen as providing much-needed flexibility and security for families and workers. Others think that it places an unnecessary burden on business. Yet another opinion is that the act hurts women, who are more likely to ask for leave, and shuffles them off to a low-paid “mommy track” career path. In your opinion, what are the likely consequences of the act? You can adopt one of the viewpoints just expressed or develop another. Explain your answer. My opinion of the Family and Medical Leave Act are positive. I have personally used this act a total of 3 times. Once for having back surgery done, once for the birth of my daughter, and the third time for having my gallbladder and appendix removed. The FMLA gave me the peace of mind knowing that my job is going to still be there no matter how much time is taken off. The job I had while I had back surgery ended up promoting an associate to temporary sales supervisor to cover my job responsibilities while I was gone. Whom when I came back to the store was kept as a sales supervisor to lessen the
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