CEO Secrets: ‘We tried paying everyone the same salary. It failed’

Calvin set up Spill in Dalston, east London, to provide online counselling and therapy to companies’ employees. It helps them with problems such as depression and work-related stress. Started two and a half years ago, the firm now has more than 100 UK companies on its books, 13 full-time staff and a number of part-time psychotherapists dotted around the country.

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