Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Supreme Court Rewards Cheats

The United States Supreme Court has awarded companies that get away with wage discrimination, a free pass for being able to get away with hiding the inequity of pay for at least one hundred and eighty days.

Companies count on their employees feeling guilty about asking what their coworkers get, and so far it's a pretty good bet.

Throw that rule out the window the next time you invite coworkers out for drinks after work, and see long your boss keeps his management position.