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[S4E15] Salary


Amy finds herself at odds with her coworkers when some salary numbers get leaked, while Dina worries that Jonah is coming between her and Amy. Mateo tries to give himself a promotion, and Garrett attempts to sabotage Glenn's positive attitude.




[S4E15] Salary



In Amy's office, Jonah learns that Myrtle has been made her assistant. Dispatching Myrtle to give an announcement to Garrett, Amy effuses about her salary and asks Jonah to pass the contract corporate faxed over and says he can take a look at it. When he indicates the papers are the announcements, Amy realizes Myrtle took her contract to Garrett. Running into the store, she finds Garrett announcing her salary over the P.A. to the staff's astonishment. In the Break Room, Amy apologizes and Mateo tries to pass himself off as a floor supervisor. Dina tries to cause a problem between Amy and Jonah by saying him making less money than Amy is emasculating. Marcus reveals that he makes more than Amy and it's discovered he's been being paid ten times his hourly wage due to an error.


Amy finds herself at odds with her coworkers when some salary numbers get leaked, while Dina worries that Jonah is coming between her and Amy. Mateo tries to give himself a promotion, and Garrett attempts to sabotage Glenn's positive attitude.


Not surprised by that store manager salary at all. I would actually have guessed higher. Cheyenne has been an asshole lately. And I hated the scene with the diaper lady. It played with these terrible stereotypes about entitlement and it was very uncomfortable to watch.


I can't agree with this more. There was zero reason -- ZERO -- for Garrett to read that document over the intercom, except to be a douchebag. It wasn't funny, it was a dick thing to do. And Cheyenne being a bitch to Amy about her salary pissed me off. Was she like that with Glenn? She had to know that Glenn made significantly more money than she and the other floor employees do. Or is she just such a shitty person that she would resent Amy for working her way up to a management position with its associated salary? Everything associated with this plot made me angry.


I cannot believe a Walmart-type store manager makes over $100K. That just floors me. But if that's the case I very seriously doubt Amy would ever have gotten the job. A company isn't going to promote a mid-level supervisor making a fraction of that salary all the way to the top. They are going to hire someone with a degree and/or significant management experience. No company promotes you and increases your salary ten-fold. Let's say she was making 35K as floor supervisor. If they indeed promoted her to store manager the highest salary they'd give her would be maybe 50K. It wouldn't matter if Glenn or any previous manager made a lot more than that. That's just not how it works.


I can't speak to a Walmart type store, but from '89-96, I was a retail store manager in a metro region for a national chain. I made $65k plus bonus. One year, my bonus was $30k. I'm too lazy to do the conversion of 1990 salary to 2019, but I made more money than many of my college friends. I was single, lived in a condo without roommates, and I had a decent but not a luxury model, (nor company provided) car.


Second I was working at a job and making $25.00 an hour (a pretty impressive salary at the time in my field) Lots of supervision positions would come and go but I didnt have a 4 year degree or the training. Not only did the company reimburse tuition but once I graduated I got the job and went from $25.00 an hour to a salaried day rate that was almost 3 times my salary. So Amy's pay jump was not unrealistic.


I can't speak to a Walmart type store, but from '89-96, I was a retail store manager in a metro region for a national chain. I made $65k plus bonus. One year, my bonus was $30k. I'm too lazy to do the conversion of 1990 salary to 2019, but I made more money than many of my college friends.


I hand-waved Glenn's non-Lexus car as in the same category as why he didn't have an assistant. Maybe he also thought the car would come out of his salary? To me, this says he and his wife are pretty thrifty and probably have a decent bit saved.


The salary error I can also wave off. At my job, one year I had a bad performance review. HR decided to cut my salary by 10%. I wasn't really happy about this, but what was I going to do? It was to start in January. By that next September, it had not been implemented. Finally, it went into effect in late-October. I was not asked to pay the back cut.


Yea, I agree, there's a lot about this episode I wasn't a fan of. And I really didn't like Amy being shamed for her increase in salary. That scene with the lady and the diapers was seriously annoying and not funny at all. Especially after seeing Amy struggle so hard this season financially. And I really didn't like the way Cheyenne in particular was behaving towards her. Cheyenne has become very grating this season.


What I could not believe is how did Amy not know Glenn's salary. 30k cousin stuck like Amy in the job for years , 100% knows how much the manager makes. I know night stockers that know the managers salary. Also if she was going through the manager training program, no one there talked about? even the other attendees, I'm sure some of them had to be excited for a big jump in pay. I do think it was very unrealtistic to jump the way Amy did. My husband cousin worked for 4 years in a manger trainee program and then got transferred to the big city as an assistant manager for another 4-5 years and then got the store manager job, so almost 10 years of training, college and moving up in a management track.


The West Wing ended its seven-season run in 2006, but its legacy of political drama walk-and-talks endures. Part of the show's charm and success is due to the beloved character of Sam Seaborn, played by Rob Lowe. Despite his charisma, Lowe left The West Wing in Season 4 following salary disagreements and the diminishing size of his role.


Lowe's departure from The West Wing was fueled by a number of behind-the-scenes factors, most notably money. While Lowe was originally paid more than many of his co-stars, he wasn't granted a raise when others were. Martin Sheen, who portrayed President Bartlet, negotiated a raise that nearly quadrupled his salary, while the rest of the actors who played senior staff members more than doubled their initial salaries.


Despite these behind-the-scenes conflicts, Lowe expressed nothing but love for The West Wing. In a statement about his decision to leave, Lowe described feeling lucky to depart the show in the same manner in which he arrived: "grateful for it, happy to have been on it and proud of it." His co-stars were similarly sad to see him go. According to Sheen, his colleagues were heartbroken over the loss. Regardless of any animosity over his salary, it seems that Lowe had truly bonded with the other actors and that he was genuinely missed.


Christina Machamer was a contestant on Season 4 of Hell's Kitchen. She was the winner of that season and was awarded an Executive Chef position at Ramsay's London West Hollywood in Los Angeles, with a $250,000 salary.


Christina became the fourth winner of Hell's Kitchen, being awarded an Executive Chef position at the London West Hollywood in Los Angeles, with a salary of $250,000. She thanked her brigade, saying she would not be there if it was not from them, and Ramsay for trusting her. 041b061a72


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