Posted on: November 2019 Colin Higgins
A salary is more than a monthly number on your bank statement. It is compensation for your hard work and dedication, and it shows your perceived worth and value to your company. Depending on your industry, skills, location and experience, you may be currently undervalued compared to your co-workers and competitors.
The best way of knowing your value as an employee is discovering the earning power of your peers. Learning the salaries of your co-workers can put you in a powerful position when it comes to salary negotiations, despite its risks.
This resource looks at the methods you can use to work out your co-worker's salaries beyond asking them directly, and help you place yourself within your sector earning landscape, to find out what you should be getting paid.