It's a tale as old as the hills, one that still ringstrue: Employers think they're paying their employees a fair wage,and employees disagree.

The most recent support for this schism comes from PayScales.The research, based on some 7,600 responses from bosses andworkers, reveals a substantial gap on the fairness issue: 73percent of employers believe they are fairly compensating theirworkforce, but only 36 percent of employees agree.

“Despite the buzz surrounding employee engagement, there isstill a chasm between employee and employer perceptions on many keyissues: pay perceptions, pay transparency, and employee value,” thesurvey concludes.

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