I cannot un-know that my peers make 30k+ more than me.
My boss and mentor recently left my Company to pursue her own dream of starting a small consulting firm. Always one to advocate on my behalf, she informed me, a few days after leaving, that three of my peers make 30k more than me (2 men, 1 woman). I have deliberated all kinds of scenarios in my head for how to approach this, from saying nothing and simply leaving, to screaming it from the roof-tops and demanding retribution. All three have been there longer, though I would argue our value is equal (as are our titles and band levels). And, if I'm being honest, I know I'm the strongest asset to the Company in the long-term. I do plan to discuss with my new boss, though he's a rule-follower and not one to really rock the boat. I also spoke with Advice and Counsel, who were conciliatory, though did not strike me as ready to make any moves. What do I do?