Compensation at Level 3 Communications Harvard Case Solution & Analysis

Compensation at Level 3 Communications Case Solution

Level 3's unique compensation strategy rewarded managers for the operation of the company if the company's stock price movement transcended that of the marketplace. This layout was meant to optimize shareholder value by linking supervisor's performance to that of the company, instead of linking it to the amount of the entire marketplace.

The previous year had been a hard one for the telecommunications sector, and Level 3, like many other companies, was concerned about both compensating them and retaining workers. Additionally, Level 3 needed to hire a significant variety of workers over the forthcoming year, and the settlement strategy of the company would play an important part in bringing good workers.With the yearly settlement committee meeting the CEO must reevaluate whether any changes were justified and whether the strategy was successful.

This is just an excerpt. This case is about FINANCE & ACCOUNTING

PUBLICATION DATE: December 11, 2001 PRODUCT #: 202084-PDF-ENG

 

 

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