Turns out companies are deflating their public salary ranges, so you still have to negotiate for top dollar

January 06, 2023

Domenique Moran continues to share her perspectives on NYC’s new pay transparency law.

She was quoted in a recent follow up article shared on CNBC’s Make It column.

Salary transparency laws are supposed to help workers understand the minimum and maximum earning potential for a new job, whether they see it on a job posting or ask a hiring manager about the range during interviews. So far, some cases have only caused more confusion, like in New York City where companies were called out for posting jobs with $100,000-plus pay bands…

“If in fact, along the way, there’s a legitimate, non-discriminatory business reason to change the pay, the employer is free to do that under the law,” Domenique Camacho Moran, a New York-based attorney with Farrell Fritz, previously told CNBC Make It.

Read the full coverage here.

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