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Thank You Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo, the largest U.S. bank, has provided us with a great example of the power of pay as a motivator. Its incentive program, which provided payouts to managers, employees, and executives for opening new accounts, resulted in millions of new, falsely opened accounts. Once again, it is made clear that [...]
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