Tag Archives: Salary History

Ninth Circuit Reverses Course on Whether Salary History Justifies Pay Differences

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Employers take note: At least within the area covered by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals (including Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington), prior salary history can no longer justify a pay difference between male and female employees.  In a move that reversed the court’s own previous ruling, an 11-judge panel … Continue reading this entry

New California Laws – 2018

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We are writing to bring you up to date regarding key California employment laws that take effect in the upcoming year. What follows is a description of newly approved California laws, effective January 1, 2018, at least some of which may impact your company directly if you have employees in the Golden State.… Continue reading this entry

Happy Halloween! NYC's Salary Inquiry Ban To Become Effective on October 31

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Boo! It appears that fright-fest preparations for New York City employers will come early this year now that Mayor de Blasio has signed a New York City law that prohibits employers from inquiring into or relying on a job applicant’s compensation history to determine compensation in the hiring process. The new law is scheduled to … Continue reading this entry