The City Council is set to pass a bill that could change the way people search for jobs in the Big Apple and that might shrink persistent gender and racial wage gaps.
The council’s civil and human rights committee passed a bill Tuesday that makes it illegal for New York City employers to post job listings without including the minimum and maximum salary for the positions. The bill is slated for a full council vote Wednesday, when it is expected to pass.
The legislation makes the failure to include a salary range in a job posting an unlawful discriminatory practice. Temporary staffing firms are exempt from the new
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