New NYC law requires employers to post salary ranges in job postings

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Part of a growing trend to help close the pay gap through salary transparency

Starting on May 15, 2022, employers in New York City must begin listing salary ranges in any advertisements for jobs, promotions, or transfer opportunities with the passage of this bill.

New York City is not alone. Around the country, there have been an increasing number of local and state laws focused on promoting pay transparency and equity.

In 2021, Colorado enacted a law that requires employers to disclose the compensation or range of possible compensation in job advertisements.  Last year, Connecticut and Nevada enacted pay transparency

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