Well, time to pack up and move to Turkey and apply to work at “Yemeksepeti” where the company's CEO shared a total of $27 million with his employees.
"It was a good thing; I wish we could have given them more," CEO Nevzat Aydin said of his selfless gesture.
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Aydin reportedly sold the Turkish online food delivery service for $589 million to a company called Delivery Hero.
Upon selling the company, all 114 of his employees were pleasantly surprised by receiving major bonuses.
Aydin took $27 million and divided it amongst them, averaging out to about $237,000 for each person which is about 150 times more than their monthly wages.
"Yemeksepeti's success story did not happen overnight," Aydin said in a recent interview with CNNMoney. "I believe in team work and I believe success is much more enjoyable and glorious when shared with the rest of the team."
Aydin said many employees were crying tears of joy upon receiving the exciting news. Yemeksepeti employees typically make just $1,000 to $2,000 a month.
Aydin first started the company back in 2000 developing it into Turkey’s first and largest online food delivery site.
He is now being called, “the world’s most generous boss.”
See this is what I call good karma! Thumbs up for Nevzat Aydın - he must be the boss of the year! http://t.co/lWDiWYusBj— Kristina Vildal (@vildal) July 30, 2015