KHS People has previously covered the salary history bans, along with the debate highlights and the impact on hiring managers.
It's timely for a further review as there is now an added step of compulsory salary disclosure in some cities and States.
First, below is a table of the updated various States and cities impacted by region. Note that this table only includes established bans that impact professional services firms.
FIGURE 1: Salary history ban laws in effect
Secondly, below are the areas that now have salary range disclosure laws in effect. This means that firms must provide the salary range for the role to the applicant.
Some areas have conditions, or quirks, to note about this request.
The biggest region to be included to date is New York City, which is expected to come into effect later this year.
FIGURE 2: Salary range disclosure laws in effect
Kate Harry Shipham is the Principal of KHS People LLC, an executive search firm for BD and marketing people in professional services firms. Kate has done search and recruiting for 14 years and prior to that was an attorney. She loves what she does, and is always open to continuing the discussion: email@example.com