In the tech industry, compensation is a tricky beast. Although startups have it in their best interest to run “lean” — onboarding employees with below-market salaries and padding offers with equity to keep overhead costs low — it can backfire when the company doesn’t alter that attitude as it evolves. Today, Comparably has launched to help both businesses and employees recognize fair market value for both technical and non-technical roles in the industry. Jason Nazar, co-founder and CEO of Comparably, told TNW that he recognized the nuances of company salary and culture when he began his previous venture, DocStoc. In the…

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