By  on April 9, 2018

Laws banning the practice of agencies and businesses asking job applicants for their salary history are now in effect — in various forms — in New York, Delaware, New Jersey, California, Massachusetts and Oregon. Industry consultants expect more states to draft and pass similar bans.

Some of the laws started on the local level and were later taken up by state policymakers after receiving widespread support. In May 2017 when the City of New York passed law number 125319, which prohibits employers from inquiring about a job applicant’s salary history, proponents described it as a milestone for worker’s rights.

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