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It is the Customer who Pays the Wages (Henry Ford)


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As Henry Ford more than  alluded to in his quote (above), the only way a company can pay wages to its workers and management is to have customers (or advertisers) support their products and services. To take this one step further, it is a successful company who has the resources to pay its employees well. With all employees, and especially those most highly placed in the organization the “value exchange” that results in fair pay is very much a two way street.

Employee commitment, ethical behavior, and working hard at the right tasks all improve company success, and with increased profits companies can pay better wages. The most vivid example of this can be seen with the CEO, although unlike most other employees the CEOs pay is set down in a contractual form. 
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