View Poll Results: How would you balance stockholder/employee interests?

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  • $0 pay raise for employees 20% payout for shareholders

    0 0%
  • Raise pay to $18,850 15% payout for shareholders

    2 22.22%
  • Raise pay to $21,140 12% payout for shareholders

    2 22.22%
  • Raise pay to $22,620 10% payout for shareholders

    2 22.22%
  • Raise pay to $26,443 5% payout for shareholders

    1 11.11%
  • Raise pay to $28,716 2% payout for shareholders

    2 22.22%
  • Raise pay to $30,231 0% payout for shareholders

    0 0%
  • Raise pay to $34,019 5% loss to shareholders

    0 0%
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Thread: Balancing Act

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    Re: Balancing Act

    Quote Originally Posted by Winchester View Post
    I've saving the money for the upcoming Obama Care fine because if I have 8,250 employees and the bottom 80% are only making $15,080/year I can guarantee you the company can not afford the mandated health insurance coverage.
    Obamacare cost were already factoring in to this equation unless you are talking about the next year. If so, good way to stay ahead of the game.

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    Re: Balancing Act

    Quote Originally Posted by iacardsfan View Post
    The shareholders are doing fine, its the people we should be worrying about. With the economy doing better, the company needs to keep its most valued assets from leaving. The shareholders will stay as long as the company is doing well, the employees are indifferent to that fact. 2% shareholder payout is the way to go.
    Stockholders are vested, "people" are not working there by force. You always have to be able to call the bluff of an employee or group of employees and give them directions to the front door if they have issue with working there.
    Sounds harsh, but the OPs scenario brought up a business that is having one good year after many mediocre years.

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