14% of Zappos employees accept buyout

Zappos has a controversial corporate structure that requires self-organization. The program isn't working for all of its employees, so Zappos offered a buyout to those who couldn't adopt it. Roughly 14 percent of its 1,500 employees accepted. Story

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