"Doesn't matter what we think, never has. Can you persuade the people who've assigned this value to yourself that they are wrong"
I wasn't looking at this from the point of view of an individual employee making a case for why they deserve more money. I was looking at it from the point of view of the employer, and was asking myself "Why would an employer want to do this?". I can't see why they would want to. The fact is(*) disclosing everyone's salaries will lead to ill-will. Whether your employees really do deserve more, or whether they are just over-estimating their own worth doesn't matter. Either way, you'll have a whole heap of disgruntled employees
(*) Ok, that wasn't really a fact. It was just my belief. Between personal experience and replies in this discussion though I'm pretty confident I'm right.
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