Building a Community at Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Over the past decade, Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corporation (SMIC) has developed a unique set of benefits and cultural amenities for its employees, including a beautiful residential campus, known as the living quarters (LQ) and award-winning international schools from pre-kindergarten to twelfth grade, By 2012, more than 2,000 students enrolled. These amenities allow the company to attract and retain highly qualified employees a modest fee, however, the company has recently experienced some financial difficulties, reducing the number of new affordable housing, as well as questions about how appropriate it was for a semiconductor company to be operating the school. Thus, these benefits are now presented a significant dilemma for the minimum wage of the management team, including how the company can justify the cost of these benefits to investors in other financial companies face challenges. "Hide
by Christopher Marquis, Zucheng Zhou, Mo Chen, Heng Fan Source: Harvard Business School 21 pages. Publication Date: November 26, 2012. Prod. #: 413083-PDF-ENG

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