An argument for why you should disclose your salary to your co-workers: It will lead to greater fairness in pay

David Burkus, professor at Oral Roberts University and author of “Under New Management,” says salary transparency will lead to more fair pay. Employees will know what everyone else makes, which Burkus says makes it easier for people to know what it takes to move up the ladder. In Harvard Business Review’s Ideacast podcast, Burkus explains how salary transparency can be beneficial for both employees and employers.

+ Putting numbers to pay inequality in journalism: Male Dow Jones employees earn an average of 13.5 times more than female employees at the same level, and even earn slightly more than women who have been in the job two times as long as they have, the union representing journalists at Dow Jones says (Washington Post)