Why you should reveal everyone’s salaries
Thursday, September 27, 2012/
Creating an entirely new kind of corporate culture is difficult. That’s why most companies don’t do it. They stick to the structures to which they are accustomed.
SumAll, a New York-based company, has taken extraordinary steps to create a truly transparent workplace, including opening the books, so that new employees get access to everybody’s salary information.
Find out CEO Dane Atkinson’s reasoning here at Open Forum.
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