Wal-Mart Stores may be the ultimate number-crunching retailer, but for about 400 officers at the Bentonville, Ark.-based company, earning a bonus requires more than attaining profit and sales goals. The company is among those that have built compensation plans requiring certain executives to meet some non-financial objectives - in this case, attaining targets for diversity among employees in their business units. "The objective is to have a company that looks like the communities we serve ...
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