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"Pay the person, not the job." Discuss what you think this statement means, why he would make such a statement, and how such a policy would be implemented.

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"Pay the person, not the job." Discuss what you think this statement means, why he would make such a statement, and how such a policy would be implemented.

I feel he made this statement because the statement is true and someone needed to say it. This statement is accurate and means that a person should be paid ...

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