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Tony Hsieh Had a 2 Word Employment Policy at Zappos. It Was Absolute Genius, and It’s Even More Poignant Now – Inc.com

It’s even more poignant now. May he rest in peace.

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There are many good reasons to remember Tony Hsieh, but I keep thinking about one in particular: an unusual employment policy at Zappos, where Hsieh was CEO for two decades.
It’s even more poignant after Hsieh died Friday, at the far-too-young-age of 46.
Zappos twice built companies from the ground up and found big exits: Zappos to Amazon for $1.2 billion, and before that, LinkExchange, which Microsoft acquired for $265 million before Hsieh turned 25.
He was also a booster of the city of Las Vegas,…

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