In Britain the Trade Union Confederation has launched a new website that allows workers to access details of their bosses pay and profits. As the Guardian reports, 'workers can look up corporate details such as turnover and a company's pensions commitments. They can discover not only what the boss is paid, but also what the average worker earns, and whether shopfloor rises have kept pace with the executive suite.' What a great idea. The CTU should be doing the same in NZ - although it is more likely that Matt McCarten's Unite! union will take up this type of useful innovation. With such inequality in NZ workplaces, it only seems fair that employees should be able to know what's going on in their own workplace.