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But, this is about hiring one particularly-well-suited
individual, right? Nevertheless, am sure you are right
and I'm just not getting it. <g>
--- John Posada <JPosada -at- book -dot- com> wrote:
> It would only take 100 employees in a 10,000
> employee company (or 1%), with
> each getting $10,000 more to effectively double the
> amount of money, based
> on the amount of the CEOs bonus.
> Corporate-wide policies aren't made to determine how
> a single technical
> writer should be paid..they're there to determine
> how 10,000 employees
> should be paid.