GOLDMINE LODGE MINE MINE: How to become a goldmine’s most valued employee in the workplace.
Goldmine Lodge has more than 200 staff, and as one of the world’s largest lodges, the Lodge employs more than 400,000 people in more than 100 countries.
This includes about 80,000 in the UK.
This means Goldmine Lodge employs nearly 8.5 million people around the world, or about 1 in 4 of the global workforce.
The Lodge’s annual revenue is around $10 billion.
So it makes a lot of money, right?
Goldmine’s revenues are the highest in the world.
And yet, its pay is not that great.
It pays between $8.80 and $9.00 an hour, but that’s only a little more than the UK minimum wage.
That means a Goldmine employee earns about $10,600 a year, which is a little less than the median wage in the US.
Yet, for a Goldmines’ staff to make that kind of money it needs to be an extremely well-paid position.
“In some countries, people make $8 to $9 an hour,” Goldmine’s chief executive, David Kesten, told Business Insider.
He added that the Lodge was “not trying to pay its staff the minimum wage”, but rather that it was “paying the right people”.
The average Goldmine staff member earns about £4,400 a year.
For a typical Goldmine lodge employee to make this kind of pay, they need to be in the top 1% of earners.
When it comes to getting to the top of the income ladder, Goldmine has one of those pay tiers.
According to a 2015 study by the Institute for Fiscal Studies, the median pay of a UK worker in the highest paid group is £28,000 a year or £40,400.
To get to the next tier, the highest earners in the group need to earn at least £34,800 a year to get to that next level.
What’s the best way to do this?
Kesten said Goldmine is a “very high performer” in the recruitment process, but also stressed that “we’re very flexible in terms of how we pay people”.
“You can get a very good pay rate,” he said.
Goldmines are also a “small, tight-knit group” that can make good decisions about how to pay their staff, Kestens added.
Some of Goldmines most prized employees are managers, for example, who make an average of £50,000.
But in the past, there have been some cases where Goldmine employees have had to cut their hours to avoid redundancy or to find better-paid jobs.
Kasten said the pay structure was a reflection of the importance of the company to its employees.
Because of that, he said Goldmine is “very focused on people who are able to provide for their families”.
He said Goldmint is “always looking to hire more people”.
But what about the pay for those people who don’t make the top earners?
“It’s a really complex and tricky problem,” Goldminis chief executive David Kasten told Business, adding that the “most important thing for the Goldmine family is for the staff to be well-valued”.
“We need people who really care about their family.”
Goldmining is a highly competitive industry, and it can be tough to recruit and retain top-paid staff.
Most Goldmine workers have at least one parent working in the company, which makes it difficult to attract top talent.
Although it’s possible to train new staff, there are some who may find themselves working on the side.
Employees who do get a good offer are asked to accept a promotion, but they can often find themselves out of work within months, if not weeks.
Inevitably, the pay of Goldminians’ employees is not always the best deal.
A lot of Goldmining’s top earners work for Goldmine, which means that they are not just making money, but earning a lot more.
If a Goldmining employee earns a great salary, they can still be expected to spend a lot less on their families than the average Goldminer.
They may have a family of four or five, which could be a factor in the pay they receive.
On the other hand, if a Gold miner makes a poor salary, the family will be left with nothing, leaving the family’s income dependent on how much the family can afford to buy.
Why is it important?
There are lots of reasons why Goldmine and other lodges pay their employees well.
Incentives to make good work.
Care and safety.
Being a part of a large organisation. An