Californias Salary History Ban Answers to Frequently Asked Questions

As of January 2018, California employees are required to comply with California Labor Code Section 432.3, which prohibits employers from asking job applicants about their salary histories, including compensation and benefits, both personally and through an agent. Applicants may still voluntarily and without prompting disclose their own salary history information. Employers are not prohibited from reaching out to a selected applicants previous employer to verify prior history after a job offer has been made. Upon reasonable request, employers now are required to provide a pay scale for an applied-for position to an applicant.

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