California Requires Pay Info Plus

California just continues to plow new territory in employment law and business mandates. Most recently, Governor Gavin Newsom, who pundits believe is positioning himself for a possible 2024 run for President, on Tuesday signed into law SB 1162, which will require California employers with 15 or more workers to include pay ranges in all job…

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New York Passes Salary Post Requirement

Following the lead of New York City, the New York legislature passed legislation this week mandating that employers post the range of compensation for any job, promotion or transfer opportunity. If signed by Governor Hochul as expected, S.9427 will apply to all employers which includes employment agents and recruiters, with four or more employees who…

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NYC Postpones Pay Transparency

The New York City Council overwhelmingly voted last week to delay the effective date of its new pay transparency law by five months. Originally scheduled to become effective one week from Sunday, on May 15, the law will not now take effect until November 1. The ordinance requires employers with 4 or more employees to…

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