compensation

  • Glassdoor will now tell you if you’re being underpaid

    Glassdoor will now tell you if you’re being underpaid

    Some people get really uncomfortable when talking about salary, so Glassdoor has released a new tool to help people better determine their worth in compensation. Know Your Worth aims to help people gain insight into how much money they make in comparison to other people working the same or similar job. The tool asks you for your job title, employer, current salary, location and years of… Read More

  • Women aren’t the only ones who feel they’re not paid fairly in tech

    Women aren’t the only ones who feel they’re not paid fairly in tech

    Comparably, the Glassdoor-like platform for self-reporting employment and compensation data, has released some data around culture at tech companies. Within a couple of weeks of launching, over 2,000 people have submitted data around what it’s like working at their respective companies in tech, if they believe they’re paid fairly and if they’re satisfied with their equity stake. Read More

  • Sharing Salaries In A Spreadsheet Is Not The Way To Pay Transparency Crunch Network

    Sharing Salaries In A Spreadsheet Is Not The Way To Pay Transparency

    In the last couple weeks, I’ve seen a lot of media coverage on one former Google employee’s effort to bring more pay transparency to her workplace by creating a spreadsheet for co-workers to share their salary information with one another. Since that story broke, the commentary has been along the lines of, “Yes! You should do this, too. Just tell everyone what you make. It… Read More

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook Receives Just $4.17M In Compensation In 2012, Versus $378M In 2011

    Apple CEO Tim Cook Receives Just $4.17M In Compensation In 2012, Versus $378M In 2011

    Apple has filed a preliminary proxy statement with the SEC today ahead of its annual shareholder meeting for 2013, and it reveals executive compensation metrics for the company’s senior leadership. CEO Tim Cook is in line for the most drastic reduction in year-over-year pay outs, with annual compensation of ‘just’ $4.17 million in 2012, compared to $378 million in 2011 and… Read More

  • Tech CEOs See Flat Annual Compensation For The First Time In A Decade

    In most years, come rain or shine, executive pay at technology startups always goes up because the competition for talent is always so intense. In 2009, however, cash compensation for CEOs at private technology companies will be flat compared to last year, according to a new CompStudy by executive search firm J. Robert Scott and Ernst & Young. This will be the first time CEO pay at… Read More