Employment Agreement - Maytag Corp. and Jerry A. Schiller


                                       October 27, 1993

CONFIDENTIAL
                                       HAND DELIVERED



Mr. J. A. Schiller

Dear Jerry:

    Maytag's letter to you dated July 20, 1993, as supplemented by my letter
of August 3, 1993, documented the future employment arrangement between you
and Maytag Corporation, the terms of which you have accepted.  Since that
time, it has been determined that there will be greater demand on your
services than was contemplated on July 20, 1993.  In recognition of this
changed condition and because that greater performance by you will delay your
hip replacement until Spring 1994, it has been agreed that the letter of July
20, 1993 will be revised and restated as follows:

    1.  You will continue in your present position until October 31, 1993 at
        your current base salary and benefits.

    2.  You will resign your position as Director and Executive Vice
        President/Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Maytag Corporation and all
        other director, trustee, and officer positions you presently hold in
        subsidiary and associated companies, effective November 1, 1993,
        except you will continue to serve as Maytag's representative on the
        Maytag Corporation Foundation Board through March 31, 1994, and on
        the AMAC and Amerivend boards through December 31, 1994, unless you
        are relieved of these assignments earlier at the election of Maytag's
        CEO.  You may be asked to continue Board Committee involvement until
        a new Chief Financial Officer is employed.

    3.  Effective November 1, 1993, you will be employed by Maytag
        Corporation as a salaried consultant, working under the supervision
        and direction of the Chief Executive Officer, Maytag Corporation,
        until May 31, 1995, at which time you will retire from the
        Corporation.  We anticipate that your services as a consultant and
        acting CFO will be required on an approximately full-time basis until
        no later than March 31, 1994, and thereafter on a part-time basis
        until no later than May 31, 1995.  After March 31, 1994, reasonable
        notice will be given before consulting assignments so as not to
        conflict with plans you may have already made.  Thirty days' notice
        will be given for extensive assignments, such as trips overseas. 
        Maytag will provide you with appropriate office and secretarial
        support reasonably required to perform your duties.




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    4.  In your position as consultant, you will receive your present base
        salary through December 31, 1993.  Effective January 1, 1994, your
        base salary will increase to $334,500 per annum, payable monthly,
        through May 31, 1995.  Should you die prior to June 1, 1995, your
        base salary will cease as of the date of death.  During the period in
        which you are employed as a consultant, your salary and benefits will
        not be reduced should you be unable to perform your duties due to
        disability.  Your accrued but unused vacation entitlement as of
        October 31, 1993 will be paid to you within ten days following that
        date.  No vacation will accrue during the consulting period.  

        Bonus for 1993, computed and payable under the terms of the
        Corporation's 1993 Annual Management Incentive Plan, using your
        current base salary and an individual performance rating of 100%,
        will be paid at the time of the normal bonus payout (subject to
        applicable withholdings).

        You will not participate in the Corporation's 1994 or 1995 Annual
        Management Incentive Plans; however, you will be entitled to receive
        a bonus for 1994 computed and paid as if it were under the terms of
        the 1994 Plan, using $334,500 as your base salary and an individual
        performance rating of 100% pro-rated through June 30, 1994 and
        payable at the time of the normal bonus payout (subject to applicable
        withholdings).

        You will not participate in the Corporation's 1993 and 1994 Stock
        Incentive Award Plans; however, you will be paid a cash amount equal
        to the amount you would have received had you participated in such
        Plans, pro-rated through June 30, 1994.  These payments, including
        dividend equivalents, will be made at the normal payout dates
        according to the plans subject to normal withholding.

    5.  You will receive the Corporation's normal benefits package through
        May 31, 1995, subject to normal employee contributions.  Effective
        June 1, 1995, you will be provided with post-retirement medical
        coverage as outlined in the 'Medical Coverage for 'Grandfathered'
        Retirees' furnished to you on July 20, 1993.


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    6.  Your retirement benefits, effective June 1, 1995, will not be reduced
        due to your age but will be calculated as though you were then 65 and
        will be based on the average of the highest three years of qualified
        earnings from the four years, 1991, 1992, 1993, and 1994, including
        consulting compensation from October 31 through December 31, 1994.   
        Benefits normally accrued under the Pension Plan will be paid monthly
        from the Plan.  The difference between the amount paid from the
        Pension Plan Trust Fund and benefits provided by this paragraph will
        be paid by Maytag Corporation.

    7.  If there is a stock option granted by Maytag Corporation in 1993 to
        executive officers of Maytag Corporation, you will be included under
        the terms of such grant.  You will have until the time specified in
        the option agreements for retirees to exercise those stock options
        currently granted to you, but in no event can such options be
        exercised after the expiration date of the option and rights
        specified in the applicable option agreement.

    8.  The Corporation will also:

        a. pay for the services of a retirement consultant of your choosing
           up to $5,000,

        b. pay for the service of an outplacement firm of your choice to
           assist you in search for director and/or consultant positions, at
           a cost of up to $25,000,

        c. provide, at its expense, its standard individual, foundations and
           trusts tax returns preparation by Ernst & Young for you for the
           tax years 1993, 1994, and 1995.

        d. allow you to replace your appliances under the Executive Appliance
           Test Program, subject to applicable tax withholdings, at anytime
           prior to May 31, 1995, and make no payment to the Corporation for
           such appliances when you retire.

        e. maintain the current Executive Severance Agreement using 1993 as a
           base year, between you and the Corporation until December 31,
           1994, at which time it will terminate if it has not been activated
           as a result of a 'change in control.'  For the purposes of this
           paragraph 'using 1993 as a base year' means that all of your
           salary and benefits in place on January 1, 1994 will be included
           on an annual basis as though you had not changed employment status
           on October 31, 1993; i.e., full annual consideration.



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        f. at your request, recommend to the Compensation Committee that you
           be authorized to receive a lump-sum payment of your balance in the
           Capital Accumulation Plan anytime after May 31, 1995.

     If the foregoing accurately reflects your understanding and agreement,
and after consulting with your attorney, please ratify and confirm the
Agreement which accompanied my letter of July 20, 1993, which you previously
executed and delivered, by signing and returning a copy of this letter to me.

                                       Sincerely,




JON/jb

Agreed ______________________, 1993


___________________________________    
      Jerry A. Schiller