The assistant site manager at Finesmaster Projects Ltd struggling with how to approach his boss for a raise. If hired, he had said that regular annual review with staff were held and that good performance would be rewarded with corresponding wage increases. After a year with the company, was the deputy site manager that the owner rarely act on this policy, allowing it to approach to workforce management over salary increases, promotions, and other performance issues. In hi … Read more »

The assistant site manager at Finesmaster Projects Ltd struggling with how to approach his boss for a raise. If hired, he had said that regular annual review with staff were held and that good performance would be rewarded with corresponding wage increases. After a year with the company, was the deputy site manager that the owner rarely act on this policy, allowing it to approach to workforce management over salary increases, promotions, and other performance issues. In his second year with the company, the experienced Assistant Site Manager with more disappointment as his boss treats his payment request and his confidence in the company’s commitment to reward employees for good performance was fading fast. The (A) case covers the assistant site manager, the first meeting with his employer offered if a position with a company. The supplements Finesmaster Projects Ltd. (B) and (C) describe his meeting with his boss after 12 months and two years, respectively.
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Elizabeth M.A. Grasby,
Julie Harvey Gosse
Source: Ivey Publishing
7 pages.
Publication Date: Apr 28, 2010. Prod #: 910C01-PDF-ENG
Finesmaster Projects Ltd. (A) HBR case solution

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