New York City delays start of law requiring salaries in job advertisements

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By Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) – The New York City Council voted on Thursday to delay its new pay transparency law by six months to Nov. 1, when employers will be required to include salary ranges in job advertisements. The law, passed in January, is intended to close wage gaps in which women and non-white employees are paid less than white men. Some businesses had argued the city needed more time to advise more than 200,000 businesses affected by the law about compliance and to address unintended consequences. “Salary transparency is incredibly critical in ensuring that we are closing t…

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