If you’ve been posting jobs on Indeed, you might have noticed a change: Starting on July 18, according to a press release from Indeed, almost every position on the U.S. Indeed site now has a salary — either entered by the recruiter or estimated by Indeed’s algorithm (as long as Indeed has enough data to provide a salary estimate).
Previously, large companies could opt out of Indeed estimating a salary for each position. But with Indeed’s new change, being too big to share a salary is no longer an option.
Many Companies Still Do Not Voluntarily Share Salary Ranges
While job hunters appreciate salary ranges, some companies are adamant about not sharing salaries.
For example, Colorado State and New York City require job postings to contain salary ranges. When the Equal Pay for Equal Work Act went into effect in 2021, some companies, including big named Nike, simply excluded people who lived in Colorado.
While Nike has since backed down, listing salaries in their remote job postings, other employers have picked up the opposition.
To keep reading, click here: Indeed Will No Longer Exempt Large Employers From Salary Transparency Policy