With the state's pay transparency law set to take effect on September 17, the New York Department of Labor has issued proposed regulations clarifying a number of points about the law's application and interpretation.
With the signature of Gov. J.B. Pritzker on Friday, August 11, Illinois has joined the list of states requiring pay transparency in job postings.
With the signature of Hawaii Gov. Josh Green, the Aloha State has become the ninth state to mandate pay transparency for employers.
Colorado has amended its pay transparency law to require employers to disclose significantly more information to existing employees about available job opportunities and career progression paths.
A bill advancing quickly through the Illinois legislature would add the state to the growing list of jurisdictions that require employers to share pay range information with job applicants.
At least eight states are currently considering legislative proposals that would require employers to disclose pay ranges, restrict employers from inquiring about prior salary history, or strengthen existing equal pay laws.
If HB 6273 is enacted, Connecticut would become the latest of a number of states and cities that require employers to disclose the pay range for a position.
Seven months before New York State's pay transparency law is scheduled to take effect, the state legislature has passed a bill amending the law to clarify how it applies to remote roles.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul recently signed a number of laws that will impose new compliance requirements on New York employers this year.
New York Governor Kathy Hochul has signed a bill that will require employers in New York State to list pay ranges in job postings beginning in September 2023.
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