At most organizations, compensation information isn’t made public. Most of us don’t know how much money our coworkers make. But what happens when you do stumble on this sort of information - and discover that a peer makes more money than you do? How should you react? Should you tell your colleague that you know? Talk to your boss? How can you use the information to ask for a raise?
"When You Find out a Coworker Makes More Money than You Do" is from hbr.org, published on March 07, 2016.
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I’ve worked for a few small businesses that don’t give performance reviews and base wages and salaries on education and favoritism. I find this information to be more beneficial in a corporate setting. Not bad advice.