New York City Employers Won't Be Able To Ask For Your Salary History Anymore
Effective October 2017, employers in New York will no longer be allowed to ask applicants about their salary history. This new law aims to ensure pay equity across gender lines. In the article, "New York City Employers Won't Be Able To Ask For Your Salary History Anymore," featured in CNN, Partner Kathleen Caminiti encourages employers to review their hiring practices.
"This will require employers to change their job applications, employ new practices in terms of hiring, [and] retool how they engage in the salary discussions with prospective employees, focusing on salary expectations rather than current salary," said Kathleen.
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