Recently some new people started in my department and several have been unprofessional to the extent of openly discussing their salaries with anybody with whom they are working. Because they are (so I've been told) making more than some others who have been in the department for years, there has been an increase in discussions among employees in regards to compensation.
I emailed my manager in general terms about being frustrated by the endless questioning about my compensation by "some" of my coworkers in hopes of a general announcement being made to the department about professionalism, company policies, yadda yadda.
Then they asked for names.
I respectfully declined to provide the information via email, and soon after I received a meeting request.
How in-depth should I be expected to go? Should I be willing to provide names and details of conversations, or is should that be outside the manager's expectations?