[Editor's note: even otherwise unexceptional capitalist firms are seeing the advantages of cooperative structures and systems.]
What would happen if your workplace stopped keeping track of how much holiday people took, and just let employees take as many days off as they wanted?
Imagine if there were no schedules, no deadlines, no assigned projects. You could work on whatever you wanted.
And what if the accounts were open to anyone, and employees could set their own salaries?
It might sound like a recipe for chaos and surefire bankruptcy, but those are all real life workplaces. The first is Netflix, which has had no holiday policy since 2004.
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