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Limit the maximum compensation of any company to 35 times that of the average employee.

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While this is still a large gap, it is a starting point for limiting how much the upper management can take advantage of the average worker. There is still no numerical limit on how much a CEO can make. Instead, it simply requires that they increase everyone's salary before increasing their own.

In this case, compensation includes all benefits that have a monetary value. These include (but are not limited to): salary, healthcare, company car, housing allowance, meal allowance, and retirement benefits.
Supporters: Kyle Halgerson, Brian Sperling, Alex Mozes, Timothy Suen
Opponents: Scott Cederberg, Arbi Llaveshi, Ed Bradford
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    Problem Executive compensation is completely ludicrous
    I've read far too many articles about CEOs of companies getting paid 600 to 700 times as much as their average employees. Many of these CEOs are failed leaders whose management skills led to decreases in shareholder value or outright disasters.
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