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How much do you get paid? Don't answer that out loud. 你的工资是多少?先别说出来。 But put a number in your head. 在脑子里想一下。 Now: How much do you think the person sitting next to you gets paid? Again, don't answer out loud. 现在想想:你觉得邻座的工资是多少?也别说出来。 At work, how much do you think the person sitting in the cubicle or the desk next to you gets paid? Do you know? Should you know? 你觉得办公室里坐在旁边的同事的工资又是多少?你知道吗?你应该知道吗? Notice, it's a little uncomfortable for me to even ask you those questions. 问这些问题连我都觉得不太自在。 But admit it -- you kind of want to know. 但是承认吧--你有点想知道答案。 Most of us are uncomfortable with the idea of broadcasting our salary. 我们大多数人都不想告诉别人自己的工资。 We're not supposed to tell our neighbors, and we're definitely not supposed to tell our office neighbors. 我们不想把工资告诉邻居,也绝对不想告诉办公室的同事。 The assumed reason is that if everybody knew what everybody got paid, then all hell would break loose. 可能如果大家都知道别人的工资,就要天下大乱了。 There'd be arguments, there'd be fights, there might even be a few people who quit. 可能会出现争吵,打架,甚至会有人辞职。 But what if secrecy is actually the reason for all that strife? 但如果这个秘密恰恰就是冲突的起因呢? And what would happen if we removed that secrecy? 如果我们揭开这个秘密会发生什么呢? What if openness actually increased the sense of fairness and collaboration inside a company? 公开薪资能不能增进公司内部的合作,还有公平感呢? What would happen if we had total pay transparency? 如果完全公开薪资信息,那会发生什么呢? For the past several years, I've been studying the corporate and entrepreneurial leaders 过去的几年里,我一直在研究那些 who question the conventional wisdom about how to run a company. 质疑传统经营理念的企业家和创业者。 And the question of pay keeps coming up. And the answers keep surprising. 而薪资待遇的问题不断浮出水面。答案也在不断挑战传统观念。 来自:VOA英语网 文章地址: http://www.tingvoa.com/html/20171012/501613.html