See Psychological Research by Dan Ariely and colleagues show the above to be true in many cases. An example of the opposite is the Australian IT company Atlassian, who reward employees by allowing them more autonomy, time to think and be creative and, increasing paid leave, have seen
click here to read this article in the NZ Herald on Saturday 29th October 2011 “http://www.nzherald.co.nz/rich20triple20income20as20wealth20gap20widens/search/results.cfm?kw1=Rich%20Triple%20Income%20as%20wealth%20gap%20widens&kw2=&st=gsa” target=”_blank
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Organised by Income Equality Aotearoa New Zealand More equal societies work better for everyone Newsletter of October 8th 2011 Hi “Closing the Gap” Supporters, This newsletter is mostly about getting the message out there. We will be successful only if
see Jeffery Sach in Time Magazine of October 10th America was once the great middle-class society. Now we are divided between rich and poor, with the greatest degree of inequality among high-income democracies. The top 1% of households take almost a quarter of all household incomeR
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