Is a $70,000 minimum wage overidealistic or viable?
Entrepreneur Dan Price made international headlines in the spring of 2015 when he announced that his company had established a $70,000 minimum wage. But he didn’t risk his company’s financial future just for 15 minutes of fame; he has a much bigger goal at heart – the well-being of his employees. In this Aspen Ideas Festival interview, CNBC’s Kelly Evans probes Price about his momentous decision. getAbstract believes their conversation will enlighten corporate leaders, human resources managers and business innovators seeking fresh ways to improve productivity.
In this summary, you will learn
- How a minimum wage of $70,000 could improve employees’ well-being and firms’ productivity,
- Why corporate leaders must reprioritize their goals, and
- What the immediate effects of corporate policy focused on the well-being of employees could do.
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