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Yes, the law requires a range based on the employer’s good faith expectation for compensation, though not where the minimum and maximum salary or wage expectations are the same (e.g., a flat $15 per hour).
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On May 4, 2022, the Ithaca Common Council enacted Ordinance 2022-03. Under this law, it shall be an unlawful discriminatory practice for an employment agency, employer, employee or agent thereof to advertise an opportunity for employment as an employee, including a job, promotion or transfer opportunity without stating the minimum and maximum hourly or salary compensation for such position in such advertisement. The law takes effect September 1, 2022.
This law applies to all positions for which the standard work location will be in the City of Ithaca. This subsection does not apply to an employer that employs fewer than four employees whose standard work locations are in the city. Nor does it apply to a job advertisement for temporary employment at a temporary help firm as such term is defined by Subdivision 5 of Section 916 of Article 31 of the Labor Law.