Nobody wants to be paid less than their colleagues or than their worth, but it’s not always easy to tell if you are. And it’s pretty unlikely that your employer is going to come forward and say you should be on a higher salary.
Being underpaid can have a serious impact on your wellbeing, job satisfaction and engagement, so it’s important to make sure you are being paid fairly. Luckily, there are several ways you can find out.
First, it’s important to know how much you should be being paid for your job. “Research your worth, under the market, identify similar roles to benchmark against your current role so you have a reference point,” Emma Louise O’Brien, a career coach from Renovo.
There are several online salary tools that are helpful, including a Glassdoor version