We owe this topic idea to Jonar Nader’s book:
“How to Lose Friends and Infuriate People”
1) What would your workplace be like if you knew everyone’s rate of pay?
From your co-workers salary to your boss.
To the owner’s annual profit.
To bonus’ of everyone including upper management.
2) What if you didn’t get paid unless the company made a profit each month?
Would your attendance improve?
Would you be less apt to take a sick day, even though you weren’t sick?
3) What if before you got hired, your would be co-workers got to help decide on your hire, rate of pay, and saw your credit scores?
Why would these ideas scare you?
Why is our income taboo in America?
Knowing someone’s income seems like seeing them naked for the first time. Why?
Income is social status, zip code, education.
It’s a measuring device we use to make decisions about people, including ourselves.
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