|Re: paying for sweat equity||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Rowena Conkling (rowenacworldnet.att.net)|
|Date: Sat, 9 Jan 1999 08:18:34 -0600|
To what extent do you consider work other than physical labor to be "sweat equity" (a funny term since there is no equit involved!)? For instance, is keeping up the community web-page, labor? What about child care supervision? Management board duties? Acting as community facilitators? We've had a lot of trouble dealing with this issue and finally concluded that some people were happy worker bees, some were resigned worker bees, and some were drones, and there wasn't much one could do tochange that. At Cambridge Coho we have an "expectation" that everyone will contribute time to the community but no enforcement mechanism. Which can create hard feelings - but most people really hate the idea of having "labor police" judging the value of others' contributions. In reality, of course, we all know who they are :-( RowenaC at Cambridge Coho
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