Cappelli: Cutting pay for remote workers isn’t a real fairness strategy

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Katherine Bindley at the Wall Street Journal uncovered an important and complicated issue last week that I hadn’t thought about in decades: pay differences to reflect cost-of-living differences. The issue is in the news because longer-term remote work may allow more people to live someplace different from where they are employed.

In her article, Bindley explained that some Silicon Valley firms were thinking about offering (or depending on your perspective, threatening) to let employees work remotely in the long-term but would cut their pay if they moved to a place with a lower cost of living. At the same time,

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