How We Replaced Salary Negotiations with a Sinatra App

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June 24, 2016
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How We Replaced Salary Negotiations with a Sinatra App

Presented at RedDotRubyConf 2016 in Singapore.

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Konstantin Haase

June 24, 2016
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    How we replaced Salary Negotiations With a Sinatra App Konstantin

    Haase @konstantinhaase / @rkh_popcorn Travis CI travis-ci.com
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    “Why are the best programmers 10x more productive than mediocre

    programmers, but paid only 3x as much?”
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    ‣ 8 countries, 16 nationalities ‣ 54% women (50% in

    engineering) ‣ wide range of backgrounds ‣ we’ll keep hiring Travis CI
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    We pay by value. We pay by needs. We use

    generalised rules that apply to everyone.
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    Is self-motivated to the point that they create new work

    (for themselves and sometimes others) and has their own vision for what needs to be done.
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    Country base line based on how market rates* compare to

    Berlin. City adjustments based on how the living costs compared to national average. Income tax estimation is added on top. * Factor adjusted upwards for low income countries, for city states Consumer Prices and Rent Index will be used if higher
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