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April 27, 2015
We've been talking about the concept of comping studio seminars and classes for the teachers that work there. From what's been said, it seems to make business sense and is a standard thing. Here's the thread: //yoga-teacher-training.org/forum/ ... c.php?t=77
Paul just raised the concept of making the perks vary with how well the teacher performs in terms of bringing in and retaining students.
Should teachers that perform better be given preferential treatment?
Besides the best practice of comping in-house classes and seminars for teachers, what other non-cash ways have you seen used to motivate yoga instructors working for a studio?
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