Hawaii Salary History Inquiry Ban to Take Effect January 1

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A new law taking effect in Hawaii on January 1 prohibits prospective employers from requesting or considering a job applicant’s wage or salary history as part of an employment application process or compensation offer.

The purpose of the law is twofold, namely to:

Disrupt the cycle of wage inequality for women and minorities by prohibiting prospective employers from requesting or considering a job applicant’s prior wage or salary history in the application process so that they will set compensation offers based on skills and qualifications; and Encourage equal pay between men and women by prohibiting enforced wage secrecy and banning

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