Bloomberg Law
Sept. 30, 2021, 4:23 PM

Pay Disclosure Laws in Connecticut, Nevada Bolster Equity Effort

Chris Marr
Chris Marr
Staff Correspondent

Employers in Connecticut and Nevada will have to disclose a salary range to job applicants, under new laws that aim to discourage gender- and race-based wage discrimination.

The laws taking effect Oct. 1 are similar to pay disclosure requirements already in effect in California, Colorado, Maryland, and Washington state.

They’re also part of a larger universe of state-level policies aimed at boosting pay equity, such as laws that ban employers from requiring applicants to share their salary history and those that ensure workers can discuss salary with their colleagues without fear of reprisal by their employer. The continuing spread of ...

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