Literally all day I argued on google doc comments that we should post a salary range with a job......someone from HR had the gall to write in the comments that salary range *deter* candidates and welp

I "well, actually"-d them

Update: people responsible for making decisions want to invite HR rep I've been debating in the comments (lol) to the next meeting about this job 🙄 I have no control over this, so really all I can do is make my case and hope the people in charge make the right decision.

Update update: HR person said they have no precedent for putting a salary range on any job description?????

That can't be true???

They also agreed with all my evidence and thinking and ethics but basically are shrugging it off???

Honestly.

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@vickysteeves
Maybe hide the salary in the job description. Like the first letter of each line spells the amount.

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