It’s a debate that goes all the way back to whether you should tell Fred that Barney gets two more clams than he is as a Bronto crane operator at Slate Rock and Gravel Company:
Should you be open with your employees about their salaries — or keep it quiet?
A new law in New York City requires employers with four or more workers (in good faith) to disclose the minimum and maximum annual salary or hourly wage the employer believes it would pay when they post a job opening. Or a promotion or transfer opportunity.
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