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Employees who earn less money than they feel they're worth are more likely to share their salary with friends and family. Meanwhile, those who are paid more, keep quiet.
A group of friends break the pay taboo and bare their salaries.
As Congress debates a bill to raise the federal minimum wage, two economists debate whether setting a wage floor for workers is a good thing.
Workers at state-run companies in China are riding pretty high. Beyond standard salaries, there are often a lot of perks for state workers, including mortgage payments, groceries, fancy cars. And it's all tax free.
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Companies resist a law that would compare CEO pay to employees'
But many companies worry that making the executive-to-worker pay ratio public will draw scorn
Most employees still don't feel comfortable revealing how much money they make to family, friends, and coworkers.