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More states are requiring companies to include salary ranges in job postings
Transparency around salaries makes it easier for job candidates to negotiate around an offer, or to decide if they even want to apply for a position.
New York state expected to enact pay transparency law
The law would require most employers in the state to disclose pay ranges in job advertisements.
Education support specialists keep schools running, but their pay doesn't reflect that
ESPs, or classified employees, are a chronically underpaid part of the education system. Low wages are driving them out of the profession.
Revisiting location-based pay in this era of remote work
Companies are choosing to reduce the pay of remote workers who head to areas with a lower cost of living.
Disney faces pay-secrecy complaint in lawsuit
It's illegal under labor laws to prohibit employees from discussing salaries, though informal taboos are common.
Video game workers speak out about treatment amid industry's record sales
There have been charges of pay disparities, discrimination and harassment.
How salary history bans can raise wages for female and Black workers
New research shows evidence that pay gaps are related to salary negotiations.
If a company is serious about racial pay equity, what should it do?
There are concrete steps companies can take. To start, collect the data.
Pirates could teach us a thing or two about fair pay
Equality abounded on the open sea.
Employers must submit pay data to feds ... for now
It's part of a push to close the pay gap for women and minorities.