It’s Labor Day today, and I had to look it up to get a reminder of exactly what we are celebrating today.
Oh, right, we’re celebrating the workers of the world.
How about instead of giving employees a day off, we redistribute company earnings to our workers or increase their pay?
Sam Pizzigati, blogging for inequality.org, “big-time CEO pay averaged 320 times more pay than the average American workers.
Here is the distribution of average CEO pay ratio by various metrics here as reported by the Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance. And, reality may be even worse than reported due to the cadre of CEOs who take just a $1/year in the form of salary and are compensated in various other forms.
And, it’s not just about the gap between CEOs and the labor force, but also high level managers and boards of directors too. …
Use your resources to invest in that which has guaranteed value, no matter what the future holds.
So, what is?
Here’s my take on the safest investments, no matter what happens.
Increase the value of your services: your best investment is to increase the value of your services and your ability to deliver those services with as much ease as possible, given the reality of your time, energy and attention. …