With the signature of Hawaii Gov. Josh Green, the Aloha State has become the ninth state to mandate pay transparency for employers.
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 HB2510 is signed into law as expected, Hawaii's minimum wage would increase by $2.00 every two years until it reaches $18.00 in 2028.
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