todd.ginsberg

    todd.ginsberg

    3 years ago
    If a company had a posting with something like "Salary: determined individually, but definitely above industry average", would that be indicative of "open and honest"?
    orangy

    orangy

    3 years ago
    Nope. If the “juice” had a text instead of a price, like “Costs less than region average”, would you still have a concern? I mean, what industry? Is it actually average or median? How do you measure?
    enleur

    enleur

    3 years ago
    just write down that “industry average” like 80k+ EUR, is that hard?
    todd.ginsberg

    todd.ginsberg

    3 years ago
    This is language from JetBrains own postings. Surely, the same standards would apply on the rest of the web, not just in this channel?
    orangy

    orangy

    3 years ago
    I didn’t say we are not guilty 😞 If you can send me the link to the posting, I’d try to act on it. However, if it is not a specific open position or a job ad, but something on a general page like “jobs at JetBrains”, I think it’s okay. You can put a range there, but it would be really wide and useless for any purpose. I think for specific open positions we should be posting specific ranges, when location, role and responsibilities are known.
    todd.ginsberg

    todd.ginsberg

    3 years ago
    It's here: https://www.jetbrains.com/company/jobs/ Find any open job, it's not listed. That generic text is listed by clicking "We Offer" within every job.
    Personally, I think this is totally fine. I'm just saying JB appears to have one set of rules for #hiring and one for their own hiring.
    orangy

    orangy

    3 years ago
    I think it’s kinda a bug 🙂 On a local hiring site we have all the ranges for same positions.
    I’ll check it, thanks for heads up.
    todd.ginsberg

    todd.ginsberg

    3 years ago
    Fair enough! 🙂