K Mart model

A popular term for an enterprise philosophy in which an organisation compensates for the loss of relatively low-paid personnel—e.g., ‘floor’ nurses in a hospital—by increasing the salary of those who remain, at the cost of decreased quality of service
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'K Mart' model

A popular term for a workplace in which the loss of relatively low-paid personnel–eg, 'floor' nurses in a hospital, is compensated for by ↑ the salary of those who remain
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