What to know about the city’s pay transparency law—and how it could change

City businesses are roughly a month away from being required to post salary ranges with all job listings—maybe.

A series of proposed amendments to the city’s pay transparency law have stirred up intense debate and put the effective date of the law into question, just weeks before its May 15 start date. That date could be pushed back to November, among other changes.

Here’s what you need to know about the law and how it could change.

What does the pay transparency law do?

Local Law 32 of 2022, approved by the City Council late last year, makes it illegal for businesses with four or more employees to

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