Paying for performance may increase need for transparency

Cornell University - ILR School: Institute for Compensation Studiesâ„¢: Paying for performance may increase need for transparency
Monday, October 15, 2012

While at least 40 states across the U.S. require state employees' salaries be publicly listed, complete pay openness is not common in the private sector. Linda Barrington, Institute for Compensation Studies Executive Director, appeared on Real Money with Ali Velshi to discuss what pay transparency, pay-for-performance and pay openness mean for the workplace.

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