With MBA degree almost in hand, Alec Mason has stormed the labor market and come away with offers from two renowned strategic consulting firm in Washington, DC, area. Mason must be between a company, but decide a low starting salary high annual salary increases and another offers the attraction of a higher starting salary but lower annual wage increases. The case follows a MBA student, as he weighs the benefits, compare the numbers and articulate the criteria that affect its decis … Read more »

With MBA degree almost in hand, Alec Mason has stormed the labor market and come away with offers from two renowned strategic consulting firm in Washington, DC, area. Mason must be between a company, but decide a low starting salary high annual salary increases and another offers the attraction of a higher starting salary but lower annual wage increases. The case follows a MBA student, as he weighs the benefits, compare the numbers and articulate the criteria that influence the decision.
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Dana Clyman,
Sherwood C. Frey
Source: Darden School of Business
6 pages.
Publication Date: Dec 16, 2002. Prod #: UV0696-PDF-ENG
Alec Mason HBR case solution

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