AIG's Bonus Payments Controversy and its Decision to Adopt the 'Forced Ranking' System

 
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Case Code: HROB143
Case Length: 14 Pages
Period: 2009-2010
Organization: American International Corp, Inc. (AIG)
Pub Date: 2011
Teaching Note: Not Available
Countries: US
Industry: Insurance

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