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Salary History Ban: Legislative Changes and Employer Strategy

Challenges Created by Evolving Salary History Ban Regulations Salary History Ban The legislation prohibiting employers from inquiring about current or historical candidate compensation was originally designed to reduce the perpetuation of the gender wage gap. Recently a judge ruled to reverse legislation restricting the salary history questions based on the First Amendment rights of Philadelphia employers. While similar legislation is being...

The Salary History Ban: What does this mean for Hiring Procedures?

Legislation Spreading Across United States to Ban Compensation History Questions from Hiring Process Salary History Ban Trending Trending this year on the regulatory front are state and municipal bans on interview questions regarding salary history or previous salary information. Driven primarily by efforts to curb the perpetuation of the wage gap for both minorities and women in the workplace, the banning...

Growing Impact of US Paid Sick Leave on Engagement Strategies

Increase in States and Municipalities adopting Paid Sick Leave Regulations Employment opportunities are shifting throughout the United States as paid sick leave (PSL) laws expand to cover more states and municipalities across the nation. This increase in paid sick leave regulations have both short and long-term impacts on employers that will affect future strategy as well as the way they...

United States: How San Francisco Employers Adjusted to Paid Sick Leave Laws

Paid Sick Leave is a relatively new concept in the U.S. with regards to contingent workers especially. It has only recently begun to gain traction nationwide after a few localities began to enforce Paid Sick Leave laws for workers. San Francisco, California started this trend and passed into law Paid Sick Time within the City of San Francisco in...