Can I get fired for sharing my salary publicly?

A spreadsheet that has made more than 2,500 museum worker salaries public prompted the question.

Can I get fired for sharing my salary publicly?

A spreadsheet that has made more than 2,500 museum worker salaries public prompted the question.
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Farmer: ICE having a chilling effect on Pa. mushroom farm

After a raid by ICE, a mushroom farmer in Chester County says that most of his workers have left and his mushrooms are rotting in their beds. “We need them to harvest our mushrooms,” the manager says. “There should be a program in place.”
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Farmer: ICE having a chilling effect on Pa. mushroom farm

After a raid by ICE, a mushroom farmer in Chester County says that most of his workers have left and his mushrooms are rotting in their beds. “We need them to harvest our mushrooms,” the manager says. “There should be a program in place.”

Axalta shares back up as sale drama revives for global car paint firm

Axalta employs 14,000 at its plants and paint labs worldwide, including its new central research and development facility at the Navy Yard business center and its Americas offices in Glen Mills.

Axalta shares back up as sale drama revives for global car paint firm

Axalta employs 14,000 at its plants and paint labs worldwide, including its new central research and development facility at the Navy Yard business center and its Americas offices in Glen Mills.
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Clean energy market added 5,000 jobs in 2018, new report shows

But the government could be a lot more aggressive in setting targets and creating incentives for clean energy.

How hackers used little-known credit-card feature to defraud Lansdale woman, $1.99 at a time

She was billed $1.99 by Google at least 64 times totaling $127.36 on six different credit cards. Capital One called it an "administrative error."

White House helicopters not enough to save Sikorsky plant in Coatesville and its 465 jobs

Sikorsky had hoped that the oil and gas market would have rebounded by now, but it has not, causing the company to close the plant.

Jobs: Recovery Centers of America hiring hundreds as it expands in multiple states

Recovery Centers of America is hiring hundreds to help individuals recover from drug and alcohol addition.

Will Delaware legalize marijuana for adult use this year?

The bill to legalize cannabis in the First State is down to the wire with three weeks left in the legislative session. Is there enough support?

Trump tweets Comcast vitriol at MSNBC and NBC. And then calls Comcast-owned CNBC to push agenda.

During his presidency, Trump has criticized Comcast for its economic power and its news operations as fake news.

Will Army save Pa. helicopter jobs? House acts to save Chinook upgrades in Ridley

Military leaders want the Army to move away from older technologies like the Chinook to meet new threats.

Roche’s giant deal with Philly-based Spark is delayed by FTC queries

This represents at least the fourth delay for the much-ballyhooed deal, considered a landmark event for gene therapy research in Philadelphia.

Trump’s weaponization of tariffs takes U.S. into uncharted, dangerous territory

Instead of the tariffs being used to correct unfair trade practices, they are being implemented to foster non-trade policy concerns. And that takes us into uncharted and dangerous places.

The ‘hidden’ plan to remake an old dynamite factory near Philly into a major gas export terminal

Environmentalists, concerned about the safety of LNG, allege ‘coverup’ as a New York investment firm quietly lays the groundwork to export liquid fuels from Pennsylvania’s rich Marcellus Shale natural gas fields to foreign markets.

An employee at this Montco factory lost his fingers in an accident. He was fired and so were two others who spoke with OSHA.

OSHA documented about 40 injuries at the suburban Philadelphia plant since 2000. Inspectors have warned and fined Lloyd Industries for years over the plant’s loud noise, unguarded saws and presses, and the serious injuries.

Three years after declaring bankruptcy, Big Apple Circus seeks a new audience: Adults

Big Apple Circus, under new leadership and a for-profit business model, hopes to attract millennials and adults through better social media and $12 craft cocktails with red Twizzler straws.

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