I asked for a document and was inadvertently sent my information - along with the rest of my coworkers and my managers. It’s everyone's salary and commission structure, so I was rather surprised that I make considerably less than my counterparts. I cannot get over it and it irritates me to no end but I have no idea what to do. In some cases the pay difference is $20,000 and more. I want to ask why, but don’t want to get fired :/
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I just knew everyone was going to say something like well do they have more experience than you do they bring more value than you do and I just wanted to shut that down.
It’s a very heavy situation and I did ask for a raise in January For the same reason I pointed out and they told me that financially that wouldn’t happen and that I should be assured that I am paid in line with everyone else. I then was given a reduced commission structure and told if I didn’t sign it I wouldn’t have a job. That’s why when I got the email by mistake I was like is this heavenly intervention to but now I just wish I never saw it.