Pay people for what they’re worth, not for where they live

Whatever happened to “Honest pay for honest work?” It’s a concept that, from CEOs to minimum-wage workers, we could once all agree on. Oh, we’d fight like cats and dogs about what it really meant, but we found common ground on the core idea.

Now it looks as if Google may be planning to base employee pay on where workers live as companies worldwide move to a work-from-home economy

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Source:: Computerworld