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New York City Employers Will Soon Be Required to Include Salary Ranges on Job Advertisements

As New York City Mayor Eric Adams did not take action within 30 days of receipt from the New York City Council, the Council’s legislation requiring most New York City employers to include salary ranges on job advertisements has become law. This legislation is similar to recent enactments in numerous other jurisdictions, including Colorado and... Continue Reading
January 18, 2022

Rhode Island Enacts New Protections Against Pay Discrimination

Rhode Island Governor Dan McKee has signed into law new protections against pay discrimination. The new law, which goes into effect January 1, 2023, makes it unlawful to pay any employee less than the employees of another race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, age, or country of ancestral origin for...… Continue Reading
July 15, 2021

California Issues Guidance on New Pay Data Reporting Requirements But Leaves Some Questions Pending

At the end of California’s 2020 legislative session, Governor Newsom signed Senate Bill 973 (SB 973), which created pay data reporting requirements for employers starting in March 2021. However, the new legislation left some uncertainty for employers in several areas. The Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) promised in mid-October that it would be...… Continue Reading
November 10, 2020

California Issues Guidance on New Pay Data Reporting Requirements But Leaves Some Questions Pending

At the end of California’s 2020 legislative session, Governor Newsom signed Senate Bill 973 (SB 973), which created pay data reporting requirements for employers starting in March 2021. However, the new legislation left some uncertainty for employers in several areas. The Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) promised in mid-October that it would be... Continue Reading
November 10, 2020

New York Adopts Laws Aimed at Combating Salary Inequality and Race Discrimination

In the final days of its 2019 Session, the New York State Legislature passed three bills that, respectively, will bar employers from inquiring about applicants’ past salary history, prohibit wage differentials based on protected class status, and ban race discrimination based on an employee’s hair or hairstyle. Governor Andrew M. Cuomo is expected to sign...… Continue Reading
June 24, 2019

Equal Pay Day is April 2, 2019. Are You Ready?

The Jackson Lewis Pay Equity Resource Group is pleased to announce a special series to help employers prepare for Equal Pay Day. “Rethinking Pay Equity” will take a look at several of the biggest questions facing employers in the ever-evolving #equalpay landscape, including: How can prior salary information perpetuate the persistent pay gap, and how...… Continue Reading
March 12, 2019

Federal Judge Reinstates EEOC Pay Data Collection, Effective Immediately

A U.S. District Judge for the District of Columbia vacated the Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB) stay of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) revised EEO-1 form and the September 15, 2017, Federal Register Notice implementing the stay (Staying the Effectiveness of the EEO-1 Pay Data Collection, 82 Fed. Reg. 43362). Nat’l Women’s Law...… Continue Reading
March 5, 2019

Michigan Bars State Employer Inquiries into Salary History

One week after taking office, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed a directive that prohibits state departments and agencies from asking about current or previous salaries until after extending a conditional offer of employment with proposed salary. Executive Directive No. 2019-10, intended to ensure equal pay for equal work among state employees, went into effect immediately...… Continue Reading
January 11, 2019

Countdown to New Jersey’s Diane B. Allen Pay Equity Act

On July 1, 2018, only nine days from now, the Diane B. Allen Pay Equity Act (Act) goes into effect, broadening New Jersey’s Law Against Discrimination (LAD) to promote equal pay for all employees covered under the law. The Act, considered one of the most comprehensive and pro-employee equal pay laws in the nation, significantly...… Continue Reading
June 21, 2018

Vermont Bans Inquiries into Job Applicants’ Salary and Benefit History

Beginning July 1, 2018, employers in Vermont will be prohibited from requiring a prospective employee to disclose his or her salary and benefit history before making an offer of employment, with compensation, under legislation (H.B. 294) signed by Governor Phil Scott on May 11, 2018. Click here to read our full article regarding Vermont’s salary...… Continue Reading
May 15, 2018

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