This is going to be a pretty weird evening, you guys.
I was invited (somehow) to be one of the guests for PBS’ Point Taken pre-show Twitter Debate.
(Has there ever been a more 2016 sentence written?)
Their episode tonight is on Salary Transparency, which, as many of you know, I have opinions about.
The other guests, who I expect will be mopping the floor with me intellectually, are Marcie Bianco, Lauren Voswinkel, and Fatima Goss Graves.
This whole experience will be an outstanding opportunity for humility, at least on my part. Please do feel free to Tweet comical and sarcastic asides at me while I try to look like a real professional.
The Twitter piece goes from 10P – 11P EDT, and the show itself airs tonight at 11P EDT. You can watch it here.
Really interesting piece from the Harvard Business Review, thanks for bringing my attention to it goes to my colleague and friend Jeremey DuVall.
Most People Have No Idea Whether They’re Paid Fairly – HBR
One of my favorite podcasts takes on one of my favorite topics: Planet Money on salary transparency. Check it out!
What would it be like if everyone at your office knew what everyone else earned? On today’s show, we hear about a company where salaries aren’t secret.
Source: Episode 550: When Salaries Aren’t Secret : Planet Money : NPR
One of the things that it has taken me quite a long time to figure out, when it comes to this remote work gig, is this idea I’ve taken to calling aggressive transparency.
I’ve been chewing on this idea quite a lot, and in chatting with my team and other folks whose opinions I respect, I think I’m starting to feel like it’s something I should articulate in greater detail.
Continue reading “Working Remotely and the Virtue of Aggressive Transparency” →
A thoughtful retrospective on salary experimentations by the folks at Hanno – totally worth reading, especially if you’ve been following along the salary transparency zeitgeist running through tech today: