Rewards Go Far Beyond Money

Four businesspeople smiling and applaudingWhat kind of experience do you provide?

By Rob Nixon

I have a view that for a fair day’s work a fair day’s salary should be given.

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I do not believe you should overpay people (base salary) just to keep them or get them in the first place. If you create a great culture where people are challenged, they are learning a lot and they are having fun, then they will stay with you regardless (within reason) of the base salary.