San Francisco set to ban employers from asking about salary history
Tags : Enacted Legislation
The city is expected to join a growing number of jurisdictions that will prohibit employers from asking applicants how much money they made in their previous positions.
According to the law firm Proskauer Rose LLP, the law will prohibit employers from the following practices:
The law is set to go into effect on July 1, 2018. However, employers will have a one year grace period to comply with the law. During this grace period, the city will only issue warnings for any violations. After the one grace period expires, violations will result in a fine beginning at $100. For any egregious violations, the City Attorney’s Office will have the ability to sue the employers.
The full text of the law can be found here.
Source: Proskauer Rose LLP, 7/6/2017
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