- The NYC Salary Transparency Law, Local Law 32, which goes into effect today, requires most employers in New York City to include the minimum and maximum salary range for every job, promotion, and transfer opportunity advertised.
- The law which is part of the NYC Human Rights law applies to employers that have four or more employees or one or more domestic workers. The workplace is covered as long as at least one of the employees’ works in New York City.
“The long-awaited implementation of the Salary Transparency Law, also known as Local Law 32, marks a major milestone towards eliminating the racial and gender pay inequities that persist in our city. I want to thank Mayor Eric Adams, City Council Speaker Adrienne Adams, Council Member Nantasha Williams, the New York City Council Women’s Caucus and PowHer for their work in pushing this legislation forward and commitment to ensuring every New Yorker receives their just pay. This was a priority of ours when I was Co-Chair of the Women`s Caucus and I am proud to see that the City Council led by a female Speaker and first female majority brought this law to fruition.”