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New York City job listings will require divulging pay range under new law
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New York City job listings will get a makeover Tuesday, when a new pay transparency law goes into effect.
The new regulation, signed into law earlier this year, mandates many employers to include "good faith" minimum-to-maximum pay ranges in New York City job, promotion and transfer opportunities, according to a fact-sheet from the New York City Commission on Human Rights. It applies to employers with at least four employees, only one of which needs to work in the Big Apple.
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Any New York City job advertisement "publicized to a pool of potential applicants" by such an employer falls under the purview of the law, including ones on internal bulletin boards, the internet, paper flyers and newspapers, according to the fact-sheet. Companies are not barred from hiring "without using an advertisement" by the law nor are they required to create a posting to recruit, it noted.
"Covered employers should follow the new law when advertising for positions that can or will be performed, in whole or in part, in New York City, whether from an office, in the field, or remotely from the employee’s home," the fact-sheet said.
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