It's review time again at the Widget Factory. Fortunately, it's been a profitable year and most everyone's getting raises. Based on their performance level, some employees got a very generous raise while others got just the average percentage. One department in particular had five high-performance employees who all got well over the average percentage. However, since everyone's salary was at a different level, getting a high percentage raise didn't necessarily mean that they were getting more money than their fellow employees. Determine the full name of these five people, the percentage salary raise of each employee, and how much money each raise represented.
1. Anne received a higher dollar amount but a lower percentage than the person who got an 8% raise. Lee, whose last name wasn't Krantz, didn't receive a 7% raise.
2. The employees who got a $4000, $4200, or $4500 salary increase were, in no particular order, Paula, Ms. Cary, and the employee who received a 5% raise.
3. The employee who got a 6% raise, got a $3600 salary increase. Harriet received $200 more than Ms. Krantz.
4. The employee who received a 9% raise got a smaller salary increase than what Ms. Cary received but a larger increase than what Ms. Fuller received.
5. Maureen received a higher salary increase than Ms. Needham, but she got a lower percentage raise than Ms. Settle.
6. Ms. Fuller did not receive the $3400 salary increase. Ms. Needham received a $4200 salary increase.
May 17, 2007