How pay transparency could shake up the city’s job market

Employers have gotten a slight delay, but big changes are coming to the way workers hunt for jobs in New York City.

After a City Council vote on April 28, a city law will require almost all job ads to include salary ranges starting Nov. 1, rather than May 15. Local Law 32 of 2022 will make it illegal for any firm with more than four employees to advertise a job without a “good faith” salary range. The law was initially approved in December, but a push from businesses brought the delay and a series of amendments.

Labor and employment attorneys have been busy publishing guidelines suggesting how

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