Pay transparency in job postings

28 September 2023 1 min read

At a glance

  • States across the US are implementing laws which require pay transparency in job postings.

Illinois is the latest state to require pay transparency in job postings

Illinois became the latest state to enact a law requiring pay transparency in job postings. Illinois’ law will take effect in 2025 and requires employers with 15 or more employees to disclose pay scales and benefits in job postings. It also requires employers to announce and post all promotion opportunities to current employees within 14 business days of posting the job externally.

Pay transparency in job postings in New York

The law in New York took effect on 17 September 2023. This was supported by the New York State's labour department publishing proposed regulations that seek to clarify requirements under the new law.

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