Execs shouldn't expect big pay hikes

Prizinsky, David
May 2002
Crain's Cleveland Business;5/13/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 19, p4
Focuses on the issues concerning the salaries of executives in Ohio. Budget for pay increase among management staff; Classifications of salaried employees; Need for executive satisfaction regarding the rate of pay increase.


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