I’ve always thought that I was supposed to keep my salary private. Am I allowed to disclose my salary to others?
While Clear-Salary.com was developed by an attorney, we are not your attorney, and therefore cannot give legal advice. However, your right to disclose your salary information is protected by federal law with only a few, very limited exceptions. See Section 7 of the National Labor Relations Act; NLRB v. Brookshire Grocery Co., 919 F.2d 359 (5 th Circuit, 1990); President Obama’s April 8, 2014 Executive Order re Non-Retaliation for Disclosure of Compensation Information.
Why are you asking for a username and my email if my salary information is supposed to be anonymous?
Good question! Your username and email will not be linked to your salary information submission. That will remain strictly anonymous to other users on this site. We simply request that you create an account with a username and email in order to protect this site’s legitimacy and for security purposes.
I am not seeing the results that I am looking for. What should I do?
Try entering a similar title/role to expand your search and use a variety of key words. If you still are not seeing what you are looking for, continue to check back! We are adding more salary data points by the day.
I really want to help the cause to promote pay transparency. What can I do?
Awesome! We love hearing that. You can do your part by raising awareness and encouraging others to check out Clear-Salary.com. Let’s grow this knowledge bank as large as possible to change the tide towards clear pay-transparency for all!