See my response to your previous comment.
Shopping around for the lowest price, and a company policy that says "Screw people who live in poor communities" are not the same thing.
But the policy doesn't say it. You say it. They don't So that the whole difference.
Exactly the same if you buy cheap from country that don't provide decent working conditions. You don't say it, but you do it.
GitLab wrote a whole article that says it:
it's this EXPLICIT policy, I'm against. Not voluntary market negotiations that result in unequal pay.
github is just one actor inside what you call voluntary market negociations.
I mean there no such thing as getting what you want. Both parties have to agree and if they do not, there no contract, if they agree there a contract. But that doesn't mean the company can force people to work for them or that on the contrary they are forced to provide a given level of compensation (outside of local regulation rules).
I work in India, where salaries are very low compared to USA or Europe.
I am just pointing out about the line pertaining to going to cheaper vacations, the truth at least for me is, some of the vacations might end up taking more than half of my yearly salary, which might not even end up as a month for a dev located in USA.
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