As many of us transition to work from home, especially in the sales world, a question continues to come up amongst my network and as I make budget decisions for hiring.
The response is unclear.
Typically companies determine compensation on a number of factors.
Geography often plays a reasonable sized role in determining the salaried offering for a particular role?
With greater work from home capability and companies adopting more of a global workforce, will the geographic influence on compensation matter less?
A company pays its New York City based employees 10% more on salary versus in upstate New York because of geographic premium.