Should all startups not have a radical transparency policy? The case of Buffer

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Last month the whole Buffer team’s salaries got posted online, sparking a near viral conversation on the subject of business transparency and privacy. All employees were one board with the decision, though that didn’t stop some people question the effectiveness of such a business philosophy. Below is some business implementations encouraging this experiment and their explanations.

Seeing that the company has been showing impressive growth indicators recently, could this characteristic be one of its main drivers of success? If so, I think it’s definitely something African startups should learn from.

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