Business, Columbia Sportswear Ceo Takes Pay Cut To Help Support Employees During Coronavirus Crisis - Cnn

Business, Columbia Sportswear Ceo Takes Pay Cut To Help Support Employees During Coronavirus Crisis - Cnn

Columbia Sportswear CEO takes pay cut to help support employees during coronavirus crisis

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3/30/2020 6:24:00 AM

Tim Boyle, president and CEO of Columbia Sportswear Company, is cutting his salary to $10,000 to keep his employees paid during the coronavirus crisis.

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Good for you. You are an example for all moral CEOs. Customer forever! Well done Aww god love him.. I’m sure the millions he had already in his bank account will keep him ticking by... literally guillotine Ah he”ll get paid in the backend when those big stimulus checks come in from the Federal Government!!

CastonChris Wow what a great human This just made my day. Been a big fan of Columbia for years and will now continue to be. 🙂 If everyone exec in every corp cut their exorbitant salary by half, their would literally billions for the public and it wouldn't make blip on the Economy. The economy is what we decide it is. Lets make balanced for everyone.

👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 Cool 😍 I LOVE Columbia! Thank you for leading corporate America by example! Headquarters just up the street. Making Oregon proud. Well done, sir. pdacosta thebestofus Big energy People like this will help save us when Dump trys to destroy us. THAT'S HOW YOU DO IT realDonaldTrump this is the plea you should be making from CEOs instead of giving them bailouts.

🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽 Real leadership KEEP IT THERE Rehire the recovered workers Hire that non worker no matter where from, what religion or sex and w/sexuality preferences Demand no excuses zero tolerance of not working/helping because dislikes because you got mad about preferences. Share profits with workers

This is what is lacking in dc, LEADERSHIP. HERO

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