The recent controversy caused by a tip sheet for prospective cheerleaders at the University of Washington doesn't just show bad taste, it's more evidence that colleges aren't focusing on what really matters in appealing to students: whether or not they'll get a job after graduation.
Valentine's Day is a lot of pressure, whether you're in a relationship or not. Flowers, candy, expensive dinners ... it gets overwhelming, fast. So if you've wandered into the office today and realized that you don't have any tokens of the (strictly platonic unless sanctioned by HR) love you feel for your coworkers, PayScale is here to help with office-appropriate Valentine's Day e-cards. Enjoy!
HBO's hit comedy, Silicon Valley, always features pitch-perfect parodies of the tech industry, but this week's episode, The Lady, focused on a topic near and dear to PayScale's heart: salary transparency. This most recent episode not only entertains, but illustrates what happens when employees don't know why their employer pays the way it does.
When you picture the lifestyle afforded to the CEO of a multinational company, you probably think expensive sports cars, corporate jets, and multimillion-dollar paychecks. No one said it was easy to run an empire, but the many perks awarded to various CEOs certainly help ease the stress.