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    lordofuzkulak
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    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-44413297

     

    GW have announced that they’ll be sharing £5m of their profits with their employees.  In the last year profit has almost doubled from £38m to £74m and share price is up 150%.

    #1204246

    motioninpoetry
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    wow, that’s a nice gesture 🙂 wish everybody was like that 🙂 ha ha, seems the company atmosphere has really improved under the new management the last couple of years 🙂

    #1204318

    warzan
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    Stonkingly good set of results on the way too.

     

    Good work going on in there 🙂

    #1204373

    meanbone
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    Probably no coincidence that good things started happening after Games Workshop once again started making (and re-releasing) … games.

    #1204550

    mecha82
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    So we can also expect things like this from current better GW. Not something that would had happened during Tom Kirby’s era.

    #1204591

    totsuzenheni
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    I’m glad to hear this. The poor pay for Games Workshop employees has affected my decision to buy from them in the past.

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    davehawes
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    Very nice to hear they are sharing at least some of the financial success with the employees.

    #1205274

    avien
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    I’m happy to see this. It’s  vindication for the change in their company policy. Make good games and engage with your customer base and profits go up.

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    angelicdespot
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    This is a win-win, so really pleased to see it happen.   Nice to see that listening to your fans and using some common sense is a good business strategy too.   Why they persisted so long with their previous one I don’t know…

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