New York City Council Approves Legislation Limiting Prospective Employers' Ability to Obtain and Use Salary History Information
The New York City Council has approved legislation prohibiting employers from inquiring about, relying upon, and verifying a job applicant’s salary history. Advocates of the legislation (Int. 1253-A), approved on April 5, maintain that it will contribute to gender pay equity and reduce the likelihood that women will be prejudiced by prior salary levels.
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