Should job advertisements include the potential remuneration or salary range for an employee?
Employers often ask for a candidate's salary payslip at the offering stage, in order to match the previous income.
702 presenter Azania Mosaka asked listeners to share their experiences:
Companies get what they pay for.— Amaan
I'm a recruiter and our clients don't want us to advertise salaries because it's confidential and internal staff use adverts to compare with their own income.— Terry-Anne
When I was looking for a job two years ago, my headhunter advised me never ever to share my payslip.— Larry
They want to benchmark candidate and ensure that they are looking for the opportunity, irrespective of the salary.— Trevor
Take a listen to callers share their opinions: