SB 1162, signed into law by California Gov. Gavin Newsom, went into effect at the dawn of 2023. The legislation expands upon established framework to mandate all employers in the state with at least 15 workers must include the hourly rate or salary range on job listings and provide the pay scale to current employees upon request. This also applies for companies outside of California who may hire candidates in the state for remote positions. In this episode of HRD Talk, Jafar Owainati, co-founder and CEO of Barley, urges HR leaders to hold nothing back in job postings.
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