NYC Implements New Pay Transparency Law
By Kevin M. Mosher • May 13, 2022
Starting November 2, 2022, New York City employers must post salary ranges in job advertisements pursuant to a city ordinance signed into law back in December 2021. The New York City salary transparency law requires employers with four or more employees who advertise jobs, promotions, or transfers in New York City to include annual salary or hourly wage ranges for the position. This range must, in good faith, state the minimum and maximum rates for the position at the time of posting. This applies to all job postings for any position that can or will be performed, in whole or in part, in New York City—whether from an office, in the field, or remotely.
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