Do you know the salary of every employee at your company? I think you should.

I mean, who is being protected by secret salaries? Certainly not the employee—the more transparent salaries are, the more accurately an employee can assess his or her value to a company.

Fortunately a bunch of companies have arrived with tricked-out tools for figuring out what you should be getting paid. And what your co-workers should earn as well. Here’s a sampling of the top tier of those companies:

Payscale.com
Salary.com
Glassdoor

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Comment by Maureen Sharib on July 24, 2008 at 11:35am
Do you think people really DON'T KNOW (or eventually find out just by asking) what others are making? I think they do. I think money is the #1 subject of interest in many workplaces and also the one that carries the most taboo.

Following that assumption above, I understand what you're saying BUTdoesn't it behoove Mary to ask why? To challenge the status-quo? To demand she be paid an equitable sum if she believes she is not receiving a fair share? Why should Mary care about a workplace relationship that is inequitable?

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