The first video you recommended argues that profit sharing does work when the labor is mechanical…
Seth Goldfarb

Exactly. I am referring to knowledge workers, and how profit sharing may have a negative impact in productivity. This is what extensive research has shown to be true.

However, for physical or algorithmical labor (if > then tasks) profit sharing does work indeed.

My point is that for knowledge workers — an increasing part of the workforce, given that even if-then jobs like CRM consultants are transitioning to knowledge-working approaches — we must be aware of the need to find alternatives. ☺

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