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New York City’s Pay Transparency Law Takes Effect in One Month – Are You Ready?

Paying WagesNew York City’s pay transparency law, which will require most New York City employers to disclose salary ranges in their job postings, takes effect November 1, 2022. As we previously reported, the new law amends the New York City Human Rights Law to require covered employers who post a job, promotion, or transfer opportunity for … Continue Reading

New York State Legislature Passes Bill Requiring Wage Ranges in Job Postings

Paying WagesThe New York State Legislature has passed Senate Bill S9427, which will require employers with four or more employees to include in job postings – including those for promotion or transfer opportunities – the minimum and maximum salary for any position that can or will be performed within the state of New York, along with … Continue Reading

UPDATED: NYC Council Approves Salary Disclosure Law Amendment to Delay Effective Date

Paying Wages***UPDATE: Mayor Adams signed the bill into law on May 12, 2022.  It takes effect immediately.*** The NYC Council has approved a bill to amend the pending New York City pay transparency law that will require employers to disclose salary ranges in job postings.  The bill amends several aspects of the law, including, notably, extending … Continue Reading

Washington State to Require Employers to Provide Salary Ranges and Other Compensation Information in Job Postings

Paying WagesOn March 30, 2022, Washington Governor Inslee signed into law a bill that will require employers to include a salary or pay range, as well as information about other compensation and benefits, in each job posting. The bill revises the existing state law that requires only that employers provide the minimum wage or salary for … Continue Reading
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