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Thanks to the 2018 Midterms, Your State May Soon Ban Salary History Disclosures Infographic

Over the past few years, a number of states have been debating whether employers should be allowed to ask potential employees to disclose their salary histories. Several states have already decided the answer is “no,” prohibiting businesses from asking candidates what they made at their last jobs. As a result of the recent U.S. midterm elections, in which voters in a number of states replaced Republican legislators with Democrats, several more jurisdictions may soon pass equivalent laws. To help employers make sense of current legislation and prepare for what may lie ahead, Offit Kurman has developed this map, offering a state-by-state breakdown of where salary history laws have changed and where they might shift next.

For more information about salary history disclosures, contact Zachary Glaser at or at 267-388-1315



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Zach Glaser concentrates his practice in the areas of labor and employment and business litigation. Zach’s broad litigation experience includes complex commercial matters, business torts, employment litigation and intellectual property disputes, including contract claims, defending employment discrimination claims, the enforcement of non-competition and non-solicitation agreements, federal and state unfair competition claims, defense of Fair Labor Standards Act claims, franchise and distribution disputes, lender liability and FINRA matters, professional negligence and medical malpractice defense, and all manners of intellectual property litigation, including trade secret matters, Computer Fraud and Abuse Act cases, e-commerce, trademarks, copyrights and patent litigation.







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