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A provision in a gender pay equity bill now before the state legislature would prevent an employer from requiring workers not to divulge, discuss or share information about what they're paid or any special benefits they receive, a practice long frowned upon in the workplace at the risk of being disciplined by a company's management. Business groups, especially Associated Industries of Massachusetts, believe such information should remain confidential and protected, citing other factors that enter into a company's justifications for a pay rate or salary. What do you think? Please vote on this week's question and add a comment.
Should the state prevent employers from disciplining an employee for divulging or openly sharing or discussing information about salary or benefits?
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