Gaines Company Ethics Officer Case Summary

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As the Gaines Company ethics officer, I would make several suggestions on how to compensate managers in a way that discourages gamesmanship. If a change in the current program was not desired, then I would make suggestions to make the current compensation program less susceptible to gamesmanship. For example, I would suggest stressing to the employees how important it is to the business to provide accurate forecasting. If you continue to see forecasted numbers on investments that you believe are being under forecasted you can begin to track the forecasts and actual earnings. By tracking these forecasts and the actual earnings you could use them to create a graphical representation of the inaccuracy or possibly to point out issues with the performance

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