Salary

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Jorge Silva on horizontal structures and participatory culture at 10Pines

...rs of the company - in terms of income, and how much money we pay for the office, and even how much we're spending on salaries. So everyone knows the salary of everyone. And this is interesting, too, because when you first think about that, most of the time, you think that this will be a mess, and everyo...more
... a mess, and everyone is going to fight each other. But it is the opposite. And we even had a case when we were proposing a person to have a raise in salary - they rejected it, because when he saw how he's going to be in the scale of different salaries, he wasn't comfortable with that. So he preferred to ...more
...mpany. It's... a really important aspect in terms of the salaries. Because we don't have a policy where your boss has to choose you for raising your salary, because we don't have bosses. But instead of that we invert control again, and you have to propose if you are ready for a raise in salary. And in or...more
...ising your salary, because we don't have bosses. But instead of that we invert control again, and you have to propose if you are ready for a raise in salary. And in order to do that you have to talk and discuss it with your gardener. And what he or she is going to do is to ask you questions so you can see...more

Bill Fischer and Simone Cicero on Haier and the entrepreneurial organisation

...o do this…but, I was thinking, where I work, we have a system very similar. We have no departments, we have no structure, everybody has the same base salary, I’ve had the same base salary for twenty years but income differences are big depending on how you run small micro-enterprises which turn out to be ...more
...where I work, we have a system very similar. We have no departments, we have no structure, everybody has the same base salary, I’ve had the same base salary for twenty years but income differences are big depending on how you run small micro-enterprises which turn out to be programme projects. And my sens...more

Buurtzorg and the power of self-managed teams of nurses

...n. So he's not a dictator. No. Absolutely not. He is very democratic. Everybody's equal. And everybody gets a share. Jolanda: Everyone is on the same salary... Chila: Jos has a slightly larger salary, but he works about 300 hours in a week so, that's good for him! [Laughter] Jolanda: That's also the dange...more
...ot. He is very democratic. Everybody's equal. And everybody gets a share. Jolanda: Everyone is on the same salary... Chila: Jos has a slightly larger salary, but he works about 300 hours in a week so, that's good for him! [Laughter] Jolanda: That's also the danger for us. In the beginning, we worked and w...more

Nand Kishore Chaudhary from Jaipur Rugs on love, collective consciousness and self-management

... mentality in our business. They made me realised that the frontline is the king. The frontline is the hero of the business. And the frontline pays a salary to the professionals. If there is no representation, and voices of the frontline in your boardroom, then you are creating a death bed for your compan...more

Frederic Laloux with an invitation to reclaim integrity and aliveness

... don’t know.” Or, maybe it’s something else that is shocking. You know, maybe it’s the income inequality, like a CEO makes 20 or maybe 300 times the salary of the lowest paid person. Am I okay with that? I’m not no longer okay with it. But that’s our system. I don’t know what the answer is. But can we st...more