[Wikimedia-l] fiction: WMF policy of paying less than market

Sarah Stierch sarah.stierch at gmail.com
Thu Mar 7 16:15:48 UTC 2013

The funny thing about all of this is that it seems to be non-employees who are "very" concerned about these things and no employees are actually whistle blowing or commenting.

I think that says something about how truly non-problematic this is. And I'm sure if employees did have some problems, this mailing list and the participants would probably be the last place they'd take it.


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On Mar 7, 2013, at 8:11 AM, Katie Chan <ktc at ktchan.info> wrote:

> No one is force to, or have a right to work for the WMF. Like any other organisation, for-profit or otherwise, an organisation determines what it can affords and wants to pay for a position. Similarly, a potential employee gets to decides whether the proposed compensation is acceptable to them based on their experience, what the job would be, and their personal circumstance. So, what's the problem?
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