Job seekers in New York City will no longer have to take a shot in the dark when asked about their salary expectations. Effective May 15, 2022, employers with four or more workers in New York City will soon be required to post the minimum and maximum salary range for any job within the city. The city’s wage transparency law aims to help alleviate sex-based wage disparities by establishing a level field for pay practice.
Negotiating In The Dark No More: NYC Employers Will Soon Be Required To Disclose Salaries In Job Postings
New York City workers will no longer have to take a shot in the dark when asked about their salary expectations. The city will soon mandate wage transparency and follows nine other jurisdictions that require employers to disclose pay ranges. Here’s what you need to know.