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I'm A CEO--Here's How I Decide Whether To Give You A Raise Or Lay You Off

This exec reveals the arithmetic companies typically use to assess employees' value. This exec reveals the arithmetic companies typically use to assess employees' value. Employee compensation can be an emotional subject, especially if you're the employee. It is often daintily tiptoed around in interviews and loudly complained about in bars. Personally, I'm a firm believer that compensation is a reflection of an employee's value to a company.
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