New law requires businesses to post salary ranges on job ads

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New York City joins at least seven US states that are requiring some form of salary transparency, including Colorado, Washington and Connecticut. The rules are part of a broader push to narrow the gender pay gap by also prohibiting companies in many jurisdictions from asking about compensation at previous employers or retaliating against workers who share their own pay information.

New York City’s new law applies to employers with four or more workers. That amounts to about 1/3 of employers but roughly 90% of workers in the city, according to state Labor Department statistics. 

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-05-12/countdown-starts-for-nyc-businesses-required-to-post-salary-ranges-on-job-ads



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