For all of his staff - mainly to ensure everyone could contribute fully to the organisation without worrying about paying their bills.
Question is: if you are a running a business could you do the same and would your business see the same growth as a result?
Before 1995 the poorest half of the population of the United States earned a greater share of national wealth than the richest 1%, he points out. But that year the tables turned - the top 1% earned more than the bottom 50%. And the gap is continuing to widen. In 1965, CEOs in the US earned 20 times more than the average worker but by 2015 it had risen to 300 times (in the UK, the bosses of FTSE 100 companies now earn 117 times the salary of their average worker).