New York City Just Banned Bosses From Asking This Sensitive Question
In a vote Wednesday, New York City Council approved legislature banning employers from asking applicants about their previous salary. In the article, "New York City Just Banned Bosses From Asking This Sensitive Question," featured in The Washington Post, Attorney Melissa Osipoff discusses the potential influence this decision will have on a broader level.
In her statement, Melissa Osipof agrees that companies like to homogenize things as standard as a job application. With so many companies doing business in New York, “I think what we'll see is companies that do business in New York City just eliminate that from their applications entirely,” she said. “This will have wide-ranging influence.”
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