Compensation requirements for job postings
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Does your company need to include compensation ranges in your job postings?

Many job boards require that their postings include salary ranges. In addition to these job boards, states and municipalities are increasingly passing legislation that requires salary transparency in job postings. Most notably, New York City and California have implemented these transparency requirements.

If you are posting on job boards that require salary ranges via Dover or if you are subject to salary transparency legislation, the salary ranges must be included. Details and resources to help determine if you are subject to salary transparency laws are provided below:

๐Ÿ”๏ธ Colorado

Employers covered by the Colorado Equal Pay for Equal Work Act must post wage and benefits information for all promotional opportunities and job openings, including remote jobs that can be performed anywhere, unless that work is specifically tied to a non-Colorado worksite.

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๐Ÿ—ฝ New York City

All employers who have four or more employees or one or more domestic workers are covered by the New York City Human Rights Law (NYCHRL), including this new provision of the law. As with other provisions of the NYCHRL, owners and individual employers count toward the four employees. The four employees do not need to work in the same location, and they do not need to all work in New York City. As long as one of the employees works in New York City, the employer is covered.

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๐ŸŒฒ Washington

Washington's Equal Pay and Opportunities Act states that employers with 15 or more employees must share the pay range for a job on any digital or printed ad on the company's hiring board or listed on a third-party site. The law applies to companies that have at least one Washington-based employee, engage in business in the state or are recruiting for jobs that could be filled remotely by someone in the state.

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๐Ÿป California

According to California's amended labor code, employers with 15 or more workers will be required to list salary ranges on job postings on a company's hiring page or third-party website like Glassdoor, LinkedIn or other job board. Businesses must also provide the pay scale to an employee for the job they currently hold, upon request.

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