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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Salary Range Requirements

It seems that imposing salary range disclosure requirements on the employer community is the new minimum wage fight for this year. New York City was one of the first to lead that parade and the New York City Human Rights Commission, which will enforce the requirement, has finally released its guidance on the mandate. Any…

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Washington Salary Disclosure Moves

Washington state lawmakers have passed legislation (S.5761) that will require employers to disclose the starting salary for open positions to all job applicants at the beginning of the process. For the past three years, the Evergreen State has mandated that employers provide applicants with the salary range and benefits, but only when a job offer…

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New York Extends HERO Act Again

New York Governor Kathy Hochul has again extended the designation of COVID-19 as a “highly contagious communicable disease” and thereby kept the provisions of the Health and Essential Rights Act (HERO Act) in full force and effect. The designation, now extended to February 15, triggers obligations for New York employers to keep their airborne infectious…

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