Mike, who had worked for the company for seven years, learned the programming easily and was doing quite well.

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For this week  Case Study, you will review the following case study. Upon thorough review of the case study, you will answer the questions at the end of the case study.
Scientific Turmoil
Susan is the director of scientific computing at a large utility company. The people she supervises are all college graduated with backgrounds in science, engineering, or math. These people do systems work and computer programming that is more problem-oriented than other programmers in the company and the people in Joan’s department are quite close-knit
Susan hired Mike into the group from the Engineering Department. Mike, who had worked for the company for seven years, learned the programming easily and was doing quite well. One year later Thomas was hired into the group by Joan. Thomas and Mike both assimilated into the group quickly.
About a month later, Joan’s problems began. Information was quite freely shared by members of the group, especially job-related information such as salary. When Mike learned that Thomas was making more money than he was, he was quite upset. Thomas was doing the same kind of work with less experience at his new job. He also had had less total working time with the computer only four years.
When Mike voiced his concern to his boss, he was told that the company had specific guidelines for raises and wide salary ranges for each job level. Thomas was just on the high side of his old job’s salary range and received a hefty raise when he was promoted to this new job. Mike was not pleased with the setup because he had received a raise just before Thomas came and knew that it would be a year before he would get another one. In Mike’s mind, he was now qualified, more experienced, had better knowledge of the company, and if nothing else, more seniority than Thomas. Mike’s attitude and discontent was apparent in his work, and although Susan could not really prove it, Mike caused serious delays in projects. Also, new errors seemed to be cropping up in the computer programs that came out of Joan’s section.
Case Study Questions
1. What role does equity play in this case?
2. Should companies demand that individuals not reveal their salaries? Why or why not?
3. Comment on the salary system and weakness you see in it.
4. If you were the director, how would you handle Mike?
It is not sufficient to state your opinions alone; you must back up your responses by applying human resource management concepts from the text with the case data that supports your findings. By writing your responses to the case study, you will be required to demonstrate how to integrate human resource management concepts with the case data, conduct research using the GMC Library, and properly cite sources using APA Style. You will be responsible for using a minimum of 2 scholarly/peer-reviewed sources. Textbooks are not considered scholarly/peer-reviewed sources; however, they may still be included as a supplemental reference.
The case study should have an APA title page and an APA reference page. The APA title page and APA reference page DO NOT count towards the minimum page requirement! Your body of work needs to be a minimum of 1 complete page in length. Note that an APA abstract page is NOT required!

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