Hybrid work has opened yet another can of worms – this time, it’s a debate over pay. Should people who moved too far away to partake in office-based activities be paid the same as those staying in high-cost areas near their workplace? And what will be the impact of location-based pay on employee retention? Writing for the BBC, Alex Christian lays out the debate about location-based pay from both the employer’s and employee’s perspectives. His piece will help companies weigh the pros and cons of tying salary to location.
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Alex Christian is a UK-based freelance writer.
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