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Compensation Purpose and Strategy Document

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risk management

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High School

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English (U.S.)

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2017-05-19 15:41:33

Order Instructions:

For this assignment, think about a company for which you currently work or one for which you worked previously. If one

does not come to mind, feel free to create a fictional company.

compose a written essay of at least three pages in which you will include the following information:

Identify cyber security risk components that may exist within your real or fictional company.

Develop and describe a cyber security risk mitigation strategy for a real or fictional company.

Describe the challenges and benefits of implementing a cyber security risk mitigation strategy for a real or fictional


Compensation Purpose and Strategy Document

The purpose of this assignment is to choose a compensation philosophy that is appropriate for AMAZON and articulate a rationale for this selection.

There are two aspects to this assignment. First, describe the risks and benefits with leading, meeting, and lagging the

market in overall compensation and benefits. Next, choose the appropriate strategy (lead, meet, or lag) for your firm, and provide rationale about why this is appropriate.

There is a minimum requirement of 500 words for the compensation purpose and strategy document.

Consider some of the following factors in your assignment:

  1. Payroll expenses are usually the highest expense at most firms. If you lead the market, this expense can be taxing.
  2. If you are pursuing top talent in human capital rich industries (e.g., software engineering), lagging the market may keep you from competing for market share against your competitors.
  3. If you meet the market, paying average will generally not attract top talent, and in addition, you will not have the labor-cost savings of a lag-the-market strategy.