Can we survive the pandemic without layoffs
Dear, I see that sacking people is the easiest ways for ceo's to solve the pandemic. I'm working in the media industry and event industry and I see that they are setting the pace. 19 of my ex colleagues just got sacked. I'm a strong believer of Semler https://ricardosemler.com/ and I believe it is time to inspire ceo's to not 'walk alone' but work together with everyone in the company to get thru this. Any suggestions?
Earlier this year, I wrote about VkusVill, the Russian supermarket chain that is reinventing the retail industry. The Russian pioneer proves that you can rapidly scale a profitable chain of retail shops by letting frontline employees make all the important decisions. They do this with impressive results; the company is not only growing rapidly (CAGR 40%), it also manages to keep bureaucracy and hierarchy to a minimum, as upper management accounts for less than 10% of the total payroll.
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