It started in Colorado, moved to Washington, Rhode Island, and New York City, and now it appears to be coming into play in California.
It’s not the latest disease of the apocalypse; it’s salary transparency in job postings.
While the state legislature recently passed a bill (SB-1162) that would require employers with at least 15 employees to include pay ranges in their job posts (as well as report how much certain groups of workers get paid), it continues to sit on Governor Newsom’s desk. He has until September 30 to make up his mind.
Whether you’re hiring in or out of California, the law can affect your business. Additionally, while candidates favor such openness, companies tend to be less overjoyed. Here’s what you need to know.
To keep reading, click here: California’s New Pay Transparency Bill: Will the State Go the Way of Colorado?