Back in January, the New York City Council passed legislation amending the city Human Rights Law and requiring that employers include salary ranges in all job postings effective in April of this year. Ultimately, the final version that won the approval of Mayor Eric Adams was to become effective on May 15, 2022 but the council ultimately voted to delay the effective date for specific compliance enforcement until next Tuesday, November 1, 2022. At that time, employers with 4 or more employees within the Big Apple will be required to include the salary range for all jobs, promotions or transfer opportunities advertised. In addition, the posted salary range must “extend from the lowest to the highest salary the employer in good faith believes at the time of posting it would pay for the advertised job, promotion or transfer opportunity”. New York state has also passed similar legislation requiring the posting of salary information, but that legislation has yet to be signed by the Governor – she is in the midst of a tough – and close – campaign and will likely sign it into law after November 8.