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San Francisco set to ban employers from asking about salary history


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. Read More

UPDATED: Court denies request to block Philadelphia’s Wage Equity Ordinance


A federal judge dismissed a suit from the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia that sought to block a Philadelphia city ordinance that will prohibit employers from asking about a prospective worker’s salary history. Read More

Philadelphia enacts legislation to enhance City’s enforcement powers over employers


The law authorizes the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations to order an employer to cease operations in the city “for a specified period of time” if the Commission finds that the employer “has engaged in severe or repeated violations without effective efforts to remediate the violations.” Read More

NYC releases fact sheets on upcoming salary history inquiry ban


With the Oct. 31, 2017 effective date fast approaching, the NYC Commission on Human Rights recently released two fact sheets that address applicants’ rights and employers’ responsibilities under the new law which will prohibit private employers in the city from asking job applicants about their salary histories. Read More

Two cities vote to drop salary history question from their applications


Los Angeles and Nashville both voted to prohibit city departments from asking job applicants for their salary histories. Read More

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