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Management article
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Reference no. C0210A
Authors: Tom Krattenmaker
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: "Harvard Management Communication Letter", 2002

Abstract

Even in today''s transparent and open workplace, talking about pay--who gets how much and why--is often considered taboo. But a new Knowledge of Pay study shows that more and better communication about compensation can actually boost employees'' satisfaction with their pay, leading to stronger commitment to the organization and enhanced trust in management. Learn more about the study and how you can make its findings work for your organization.

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Abstract

Even in today''s transparent and open workplace, talking about pay--who gets how much and why--is often considered taboo. But a new Knowledge of Pay study shows that more and better communication about compensation can actually boost employees'' satisfaction with their pay, leading to stronger commitment to the organization and enhanced trust in management. Learn more about the study and how you can make its findings work for your organization.

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