Congratulations to our five December winners who shared some great ‘Screw Business as Usual’ ideas with us. Each will receive a copy of ‘Screw Business as Usual’ signed by Richard Branson.
Here are our winners and some amazing ‘Screw Business as Usual’ ideas and stories.
Eddie Yu: A world without offices
Simon Dixon: Screw Banking as Usual
Rafael Juarez: The Power of injecting LOVE into business!
Lynne Scott: How I ‘Screwed Business as Usual’
Robert Farrell: Tied together
All executive compensation should be a multiple of a company’s lowest paid worker. For example, if the lowest paid worker in the company is at 20K per year the max an executive could earn would be 10-20 times this amount or 200-400K. If the CEO or exec’s want raises they must raise the salary of the lowest paid staff member. In this way success is spread over the entire company and eliminates the disparity between the highest and lowest paid worker. It recognizes the value of exec’s but also recognizes the value of general staff also. Today and in the past exec’s seemed to be the only people rewarded for a company’s success. Often riding on the backs of their workers. This allows workers to be more invested in the success of their company and increases the value placed on their efforts. A real win/win for all.
Grand Prize: All monthly winners are also in the running to win our Grand Prize spot on a Virgin Unite Connection Trip to South Africa with Richard Branson.
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