Have you ever wondered what your boss earns? The boss’s boss? Your colleagues? The guy in marketing you occasionally work with?
Well, if you work for supermarket chain Whole Foods, this is all completely transparent. Per a report on Fox News, the company says the policy creates openness. In turn, it creates competition.
The average hourly rate is $19 and the average annual salary is $39,000.
What do you think? Should your employer post everyone’s salaries or should that be confidential? Will you work harder as a result or become resentful? Hmmm…
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