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So I wonder when the Corporate leadership signs in if the get a corporate scorecard that shows them there goals? I wonder if there bonus, stock options, salary etc are determined by the improvement in their metrics? My understanding is Chicago is tier B. So lets look at the last year. Stock price down 30 %, employee morale and engagement low and falling. ESI negotiation tactic that basically backfired and failed. In our era of accountability and pay for performance I would have to believe the CFO and CEO should be on their way out. The Board of Directors should get an enema and the director of Pharmacy services should be fired. After all, this is the new pay for performance model and holding team members accountable for their decisions and performance. I guess the shareholders should call employee relations to get the okay first... If you talk the talk then you should walk the walk. thank you and be well.

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Lol, i second the motion on the enema and the firing.......
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wagdoodle wrote:
So I wonder when the Corporate leadership signs in if the get a corporate scorecard that shows them there goals? I wonder if there bonus, stock options, salary etc are determined by the improvement in their metrics? My understanding is Chicago is tier B. So lets look at the last year. Stock price down 30 %, employee morale and engagement low and falling. ESI negotiation tactic that basically backfired and failed. In our era of accountability and pay for performance I would have to believe the CFO and CEO should be on their way out. The Board of Directors should get an enema and the director of Pharmacy services should be fired. After all, this is the new pay for performance model and holding team members accountable for their decisions and performance. I guess the shareholders should call employee relations to get the okay first... If you talk the talk then you should walk the walk. thank you and be well.
100% agree!!

What Wag will do is say the ESI contract just signed was a better deal than the one they didn't sign. With that, an increase in bonus along with an increase in salary for negotiating a better deal will be justified. They will then lay full responsibility on store level for gaining back the customers lost. If you want more hours and more pay, get the customers back that Wag sent to its competitors.

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