In January 2017 the Mayor of Philadelphia; Jimmy Kenny put his signature to the new law which will mean a whole new life to the workers in Philadelphia. The City of Philadelphia entered into history of becoming the first City in the United States to prevent private employers from inquiring previous salary statements from job applicants. The process was not without legal challenges, as the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce department challenged the process as unconstitutional. Below is how the court process was carried out and why it was carried out in that manner.
The Law’s explanation
According to the Human resource experts, it was clear that the law legislators made the law in order to bring employment equality between the male and the female in Pennsylvania. To come out with the required effect the law makers came up with various rules which bury employers from including;
• Punishing individuals who refused to disclose their salaries.
• Asking job applicants to share their previous salaries.
• Employers acquiring job applicants’ salaries without the candidate’s knowledge.
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Who is affected?
According to the observers; the new employment rules will not only affected those residing in Philadelphia but also those conducting business with Philadelphians including the third party.
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