The issue of transparent salaries is a complex one, and it’s no one size fits all. If you’re a startup about to scale, you’re in a better position to implement this, while more established names will stumble trying to please everyone and will face teething issues. However, one thing’s for sure. If this remains and gains traction, it will help fix the pay gap issues and finally get rid of the salary taboo, resulting in more trusting workforce cultures.
Are transparent salaries a good idea?
Salary History: should we be asking the question?
Is it a social taboo to open career conversations with questions relating to prospective candidates’ current salaries? The jury isn’t quite out on this one, but it is certainly getting people talking. What is your current salary? It seems like a pretty straight forward question when you think about it. The reasoning behind the enquiry […]