Things Jen Found On The Internet – February 1
Some Things You’ll Probably Forget, It’s Things Jen Found On The Internet
The mango-colored reptile laid on its side, flaunting its stomach while its owner watched in amusement in Thailand. It looks straight out of the pages of Sports Illustrated: The Swimsuit Issue.
Five years ago, Dan Price upended the status quo of the corporate world—one in which executives reap many times what employees sow—by taking a radical stance on salaries at his credit card processing company, Gravity Payments. First, he cut his own salary from more than $1 million to $70,000. Then he created a minimum salary of $70,000 for every employee at his company.
When I started a $70k minimum wage for my company in 2015, Rush Limbaugh said: "I hope this company is a case study in MBA programs on how socialism does not work, because it's gonna fail"
Since then our company tripled & we're a successful case study at Harvard Business School.
— Dan Price (@DanPriceSeattle) August 22, 2020