@DanPriceSeattle
Dan Price
a month ago
You always hear CEOs need big bonuses to keep them motivated, but never that employees do. When I slashed my CEO pay and doubled our min wage, I stayed motivated because I'm still well-off and care about my work. Employee motivation soared because they didn't fear going broke.
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@DanPriceSeattle
Dan Price
a month ago
We discovered higher pay doesn't suddenly transform people into better employees. But when you remove money as an obstacle to life, they can bring their full selves to work. There's tons of research on this. It's a shame more companies don't realize the benefits of higher pay.
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@kevp88
Kev
a month ago
@DanPriceSeattle Cos they're selfish
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@NonnaSJF
Nonna
a month ago
@DanPriceSeattle @NicolleDWallace I'd be really interested in an interview with Dan. He's got a great solution.
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@AndreaBurlee1
AndreaBurlee
a month ago
@DanPriceSeattle I can appreciate the not going broke part but may have also been highly motivated because they see that they are valued. More CEOs should follow your lead.
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@MilfSask
Brunette Bombshell 🇨🇦SK🍁
a month ago
@DanPriceSeattle Cause you’re a good human and I bet an amazing boss. ♥️ I would have done the same ♥️
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@JayAre70
Jay R
a month ago
@DanPriceSeattle You can include university Presidents in with the CEOs.
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@ChoppLiver
Maurice L. Zackery
a month ago
@DanPriceSeattle Man. Put some extra money in every workers check, those guys and gals will love it. Complain about work? Nope. They’ll work harder cause you showed you appreciate them.
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@DonatJelly
JellyDonat, not a doctor 💩 📦
a month ago
@DanPriceSeattle workers don't even need bonuses to keep them motivated. they just need their ceos not to receive bonuses.
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