Salary History Bans | HR Laws

List of state and local governments with bans on questions pertaining to salary history.

State and local governments have been moving towards decreasing pay discrimination by banning certain questions pertaining to an applicant’s previous pay history. The laws and ordinances can vary by state, county or city and cover everything from all employees to certain classes and industries. Scroll through the list below or jump directly to a specific state below.

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How to Fight Career Plateaus in Your Organization

How to Fight Career Plateaus in Your Organization

How to Fight Career Plateaus in Your Organization

As Jeff Boss explains, there are 5 Signs Your Employee is in Dire Need of a Promotion:

  1. They only complain ‘up.’
  2. They find solutions.
  3. They hold their peers accountable.
  4. They shift their thinking from ‘me’ to ‘we.’
  5. They outperform their peers.

But what happens if you don’t give him or her the promotion needed? The obvious path is the employee will leave the organization and take his or her talents somewhere else. 

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3 Questions to Help You Cross the Recruiting Finish Line

3 Questions to Help You Cross the Recruiting Finish Line

3 Questions to Help You Cross the Recruiting Finish Line

Cheesy coaching and athletic stories tell us to “envision our end result.” Then we will know how to get from Point A to Point B. Although we all scoff at motivational speakers for saying these things, maybe they are onto something. While you are not training for a marathon as you are sifting through resumes (or maybe you are), you can still employ the “picture yourself crossing the finish line” philosophy.

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3 Ways to Implement HR Technology with Ease

3 Ways to Implement HR Technology with Ease

3 Ways to Implement HR Technology with Ease

If you have not implemented HR technology with a company before, it can be a challenging and trying experience. It is not the same as training your employees on sexual harassment or OSHA rules. If you are implementing a new software to your employees, it is just that — new. You might not even be familiar with the product, but you are trying to teach others.

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