Jun

New pay equity law to take effect in Suffolk County, N.Y.

On June 30, 2019, Suffolk County, New York will begin to enforce its Local Law to Restrict Information Regarding Salary and Earnings (also known as the RISE Act).

Employers and employment agencies of any size there may not inquire about job applicants’ compensation history; seek the compensation history of job candidates from any publicly available record search; or rely on compensation..

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Feb

Connecticut's pay equity law is live; here's what you should know

by Sydney OlszewskiMarketing Associate at Charles Aris Inc.

On January 1, 2019, the state of Connecticut began enforcing its own salary inquiry and pay equity legislation, Public Act No. 18-8.

The law prohibits employers and third parties from asking prospective employees about or seeking information regarding their compensation history. Employers may, however, seek information regarding..

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Feb

What you should know about Hawaii’s new pay equity law

by Joe MettsMarketing Coordinator at Charles Aris Inc.

On January 1, 2019, the state of Hawaii began enforcing its own salary inquiry and pay equity legislation, Senate Bill 2351.

The law prohibits employers of all sizes from asking a prospective employee about or seeking information regarding an individual’s compensation history.

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Sep

New pay equity legislation and how it affects you

by Ashlee Wagner Practice Leader at Charles Aris Inc.

Waves of change are rolling through the recruiting world as pay equity legislation goes into effect for an increasing number of cities, counties and states around the United States.

You might be asking yourself: What is pay equity and / or pay equity legislation? If so, head to our dedicated webpage for updates on new pay equity laws to..

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Sep

Here's what you need to know about Vermont’s salary history inquiry law

On July 1, 2018, the state of Vermont began enforcing its own salary inquiry and pay equity legislation, Bill H. 294. With Vermont offering up to $10,000 to individuals who move to the Green Mountain State and work remotely, it’s imperative for employers to understand the new law and its effect on their hiring practices:

The law prohibits employers from asking a prospective employee about or..

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