Cult-like PR Firm Pays Employees With "Appreciation"Money is such a fleeting pleasure. Wouldn't you rather work somewhere where you were rewarded with something "more valuable than cash": appreciation? Sure you would! So apply now at Chicago's Empower PR, which boasts high-powered clients ranging from "the nation's leading sex therapist" to "Space Command's 'Stress Doctor.'" And bosses, take note: "After implementing an 'appreciation beanbag toss' every week in his office (in which [the CEO] and his employees would toss a beanbag to each other and share meaningful appreciations), his clients tripled in number and his bottom line increased dramatically." See, paying with "appreciation" equals big savings! The full press release touting this revolutionary compensation plan, after the jump:
2, 4, 6, 8…Who do we appreciate!? Makeover your workplace mentality with a little appreciation According to the old saying, "If you want to make money, you have to spend money." However, many employers are finding that if you want to make money, you might need to spread something more valuable than cash. You need to spread appreciation. The new workplace concept of "profit through appreciation" creates an environment in which employers and employees share appreciation with one another. This positive feedback boosts morale, workplace productivity, employee loyalty, and employee happiness. CEO of Chicago-based Empower PR Sam Chapman learned the benefits of this new theory firsthand. After implementing an "appreciation beanbag toss" every week in his office (in which he and his employees would toss a beanbag to each other and share meaningful appreciations), his clients tripled in number and his bottom line increased dramatically. Sam states, "When my employees share their appreciation with one another, the happiness and productivity goes through the roof. It negates backbiting and jealousy, and my employees tell me appreciation day is the best day of the workweek! I wholeheartedly agree." Please contact me if you would like to speak to Sam Chapman about how ‘profit through appreciation' has changed his business and his life, or to hear about the unique and moving "appreciation beanbag toss" which happens every week in his office. Best, Lina