B LAW402 Lecture Notes - Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences, Slaight Communications, United Grain Growers
In 1972 a printing company wholly owned by the respondent decided to update its operations and seek a larger volume of commercial printing work. L, the marketing manager of the company"s publishing and printing divisions, to discuss the possibility of employment. W had the type of experience l sought, having worked approximately 25 years for a competitor that used a particular type of press. W explained to l that as he was 45 years of age, if he were to leave his current employer he would require a guarantee of job security. He also sought several assurances from l regarding fair treatment and remuneration. He received such assurances and was told by l that if he performed as expected, he could continue to work for the company until retirement. W was hired and enjoyed great success at the company; he was the top salesperson for each of the years he spent in its employ.