Don’t get too excited about the upcoming reorg at Zappos, in which CEO Tony Hsieh will get rid of all job titles and managers, and his 1,500 employees will work in a super-flat structure.
There will still be bosses, we hear. Those execs will be the ones deciding what everyone else gets paid, a source tells us.
When Quartz first reported that “Zappos’ traditional organizational structure is being replaced with Holacracy, a radical ‘self-governing’ operating system where there are no job titles and no managers,” we were curious to know who was going to be in charge of pay rates. After all, what employee wouldn’t want to be in charge of setting their own salary?
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