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|From: Dick Margulis (dickdmargulis.com)|
|Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2018 04:23:01 -0700 (PDT)|
On 10/24/2018 2:28 PM, Karin Hoskin wrote:
Karin's post reminded me of a topic I wanted to bring up, as Rocky Corner works to develop some kind of work policy.. . . Wild Sage Cohousing is revisiting a Play-or-Pay system and is interested in specifics such as how to track hours
We have four basic ways to compensate people for work: wages per hour worked; piece rate for countable output; salary for satisfactory performance of duties; and contract price for delivered output. They all have their strengths and weaknesses in different contexts.
I get the feeling that most cohousing communities base work requirements on the wage model: how many hours did you spend shoveling snow? Maybe the contract model would be more useful: did you finish shoveling the area you agreed to shovel? Different models might work better for different situations within the community.
What are the various ways communities measure work and determine whether people are stepping up?
Play-or-Pay participation programs Karin Hoskin, October 24 2018
- Hours? Dick Margulis, October 25 2018
- Re: Hours? Muriel Kranowski, October 25 2018
- Re: Play-or-Pay participation programs Beverly Jones Redekop, October 25 2018
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