We all just want to receive fair compensation from our employers, right? And it makes sense for employers to consider that, because when workers aren't treated fairly, it can backfire in ways they can't even imagine.
For example, we have an overworked and undervalued IT worker who shared his story of corporate ineptitude on the r/antiwork subreddit.
After asking for a well-deserved raise and receiving an insulting offer in return, the worker moved on to greener pastures. Shortly after, the company's gamble wound up costing them around $40 million.