There is a movement underfoot, particularly among start-up firms and profiled this week in a Wall Street Journal article, to open up business information that has traditionally been closely held. This includes not only financial and operating data but also information on individual hiring decisions, salary and bonus details, and employee performance appraisals.
While I remain conflicted about complete pay transparency, I do believe there are some basic conditions and ground rules that can be put in place to maximize the odds of "open salary" success.
Find out more at my Compensation Cafe post today -- and share your take on the "open salaries" movement!
Creative Commons photo "Open Window" by glennalicious