Facebook is changing employee bonuses to focus on tackling social issues.
It's a big change, designed to change employees' incentives as the company struggles to move past two years of scandals.
Business Insider spoke to sources who were cautiously positive about the change.
As Facebook struggles to move past its two years of scandals, it's putting its employees' money on the line.
Now, they'll focus on four goals CEO Mark Zuckerberg set for the company in 2019, around tackling social issues, building new experiences, supporting businesses, and communicating transparently.
In a statement announcing the news, Facebook spokesperson Vanessa Chan told Business Insider: "Over the past two years, we've fundamentally changed how we run Facebook.