Riordan, General Mills and Continental Airlines
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This paper includes generic benchmarking on two companies--General Mills and Continental Airlines--that have had employee motivation and compensation problems similar to those in the Riordan scenario. The companies' problem, solution, and results are described and analyzed.
From the Paper:"General Mills is an organization that had to address compensation problems similar to those of Riordan. The issue at General Mills was that it had introduced a new concept, Squeez-it, for which it had developed new processes and built new leaner plants. The concept was a difficult one for employees to acclimate to, as it meant fundamental changes in the way manufacturing was done. Manufacturing employees were accustomed to punching a time clock and earning an hourly wage, but the Squeez-it employees had no time..."
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