About half of those surveyed say the gap in pay between executives and the rest of the workforce "is getting worse."
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Whose fault is it? Like everything else, it's management's fault. The Glassdoor survey found that 57 percent "believe employers are in the best position to address pay gaps." Well, who else would be? Apparently, several other culprits could help make things right, or at least force transparency into the murky world of salaries and benefits.
Thirty percent of those surveyed by Glassdoor said Congress is in the best position to fix pay gaps, and 14 percent believe President Barack Obama oughta do something about it. He's already barred federal contractors from retaliating against workers who reveal their own compensation.
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Most surprising to me is that 13 percent of those surveyed thought "the middle class" could make a difference, (How? Higher taxes?), and another 11 percent said "the upper class" could. Finally, 9 percent believe banks and financial institutions are in a good position to address pay gaps...maybe they're just supposed to give money away.
Glassdoor said 1 in 3 of those surveyed "do not believe they understand the process their employer uses to determine pay raises or cost-of-living increases." Maybe you should ask!?!