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Freakonomics Author Explains Why Zappos Pays People to Quit

Incentives are everything to an economist seeking to solve workplace problems, and not just financial perks like cash bonuses, says Steven Levitt, Co-Author of 'Think Like A Freak'. Social incentives are also valuable to improving performance. Levitt

http://www.wusa9.com/video/3566626398001/1/Freakonomics-Author-Explains-Why-Zappos-Pays-People-to-Quit http://cdn.newslook.com/9a/9a9380069a350246c14fdcb483622989/images/frame_ext.jpg Freakonomics Author Explains Why Zappos Pays People to Quit Incentives are everything to an economist seeking to solve workplace problems, and not just financial perks like cash bonuses, says Steven Levitt, Co-Author of 'Think Like A Freak'. Social incentives are also valuable to improving performance. Levitt Zappos.com Inc.steven levittFinancenewslookStephen Dubner 02:46

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