Why complete pay transparency is a bad plan

03/3/2010 | HR Capitalist, The

Some human resources professionals have learned the hard way why complete pay transparency is a bad idea, Kris Dunn writes. Some have "wigged out" after learning they don't get paid as much as a co-worker. "If HR Pros can't treat compensation data with a mature eye and that's a job requirement, what hope does the whole organization have?" he asks.

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