Connecticut Employers Must Disclose Wage Ranges for Vacant Positions

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Connecticut employers must disclose wage ranges to applicants and employees for vacant positions, as the state’s new law aimed at eliminating gender-based pay discrimination—”An Act Concerning the Disclosure of Salary Range for a Vacant Position”—took effect Oct. 1. Here’s what employers need to know about this new legal obligation.

The Basics

This law, which is an extension of Connecticut’s existing pay equity laws, expands the prohibition on sex-based pay discrimination from “equal” work to “comparable” work.

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