Hopefully, your boss will see this. If not, make sure you sneak it in an e-mail.

There's a sign within our office building that reads "A person who feels appreciated will always do more than what is expected".

A Seattle business owner is dropping his salary from about $1 million to $70,000 to help pay his workers a minimum of $70,000. He's changing the face of CEO salaries, who typically make nearly 300 times the average, normal worker.The CEO, Dan Price explains his company, Gravity Payments', new policy:

You might be making $35,000 a year right now but everyone in here will definitely be making $70,000 a year and I'm super excited about that".

Talk about worker-appreciation.