Business Insider this week is reporting that Amazon is paying its workers up to $6000 to leave. According to the article Amazon make a practise of offering employees an exit if they are not happy with their work. The amount depends on their length of service and their role.
The idea is that disgruntled employees are encouraged to leave whilst those who are happy are regularly re-enforcing their commitment to their job and the organisation.
It is an interesting take on employee attitudes to work and we couldn’t help but wonder if it could be applied to stallholders at a retail market.