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Timely reminder, Stephanie! Since NLRB has its own judicial system with administrative law judges to protect modern social media forums, traditional legal defensive tactics may be useless. Any group complaint is potentially eligible for automatic NLRB protection.

All the more reason for Compensation to come out of the closet! Employers hide compensation data because they:
1)don't have a well thought out and articulated Compensation philosophy; 2)can't justify (or don't think they need to) their comp practices, since in many cases comp and performance are unrelated.

I'm an advocate of total transparency with regard to comp practices, which frankly I believe is inevitable if companies want to retain their best and brightest employees in the 21st century.

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