Toledo, Ohio Passes Ban on Salary History Inquiries
Toledo, Ohio is the second city in Ohio to pass a law banning employers from inquiring about salary history. Toledo’s ordinance will take effect June 25, 2020, and applies to employers with 15 or more employees. Find out more about the specifics of the ordinance here and here.
Earlier in the year, Cincinnati, Ohio passed a similar law.
Like Ban-the-Box laws, bans on salary history inquiries are becoming more prevalent. The varying city, county and state laws are overwhelming, and it is difficult to stay abreast of the changes. Which is why we would like to remind you of the National Employment Law Project’s (NELP) April 2019 publication, the most comprehensive and up-to-date summary of these laws we have seen. We found it so useful, we have added a link to our resource page here.
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