###### Jordan Peterson

## Jordan Peterson on Prices Law

Price’s Law says that 50% of work at a company is done by the square root of the number of employees. As an example take a company with 100 employees. In that company 10 people do 50% of the work.

Price’s Law says that 50% of work at a company is done by the square root of the number of employees. As an example take a company with 100 employees. In that company 10 people do 50% of the work.

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