November 3, 2022

Show Me the Money: More Job Listings Have Salary Details

by The Journal

Companies trying to hire in New York City had to revamp their job postings this week. A new law requires salary ranges on all job postings, the latest in a wave around the U.S. WSJ's Chip Cutter and Ben Cohen explain how the law can affect the power dynamics between workers and employers and how companies might try to find workarounds.

Further Reading:

-Is Your Colleague Earning More Than $200,000 a Year? Now You Can Find Out 

-JPMorgan, Macy’s and Other Companies Reveal What They Pay Workers 

-California Employers May Soon Need to Disclose Pay on Job Listings

-Success at Work Is Warped by Your Co-Workers’ Salaries 

Further Listening:

-U.S. Soccer’s Equal Pay Deal and One Player Who Helped Negotiate It 

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