Write a 1200-1500 word paper that describes a strategic compensation plan for machine operators at the Bumpbie Company. Refer to the descriptions of this company in the weekly dialogues and the week 3 assignment. Include at least 3 referenced articles and cite them as appropriate. This paper should at a minimum address the following:
What should Paul do to determine how Bumpbie compares with other area employers in terms of wages and benefits?
How could Bumpbie use variable pay to motivate its machine operators to stay? To increase their productivity?
The majority of the machine operators are in their mid to late forties, some with families, some without. What types of benefits would you suggest offering?
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