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Don't Ask About Pay History If You're Hiring In NYC

Posted on April 26, 2017

Don't ask, don't tell: Pay history now becomes a New York City secret for employers (photo by Wikimedia Commons)
Don't ask, don't tell: Pay history now becomes a New York City secret for employers (photo by Wikimedia Commons)
Due to a new bill passed by the New York City Council on April 5 (Introduction Number 1253-A) NYC employers are no longer able to ask job applicants, the applicant’s current or former employers, or managers or employees of the applicant’s current or former employers about compensation and benefits history.

Public records are also off the table, as the bill prohibits employers from conducting searches of the applicant’s salary history through public resources.

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