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California becomes fourth state to ban asking job applicants about salary history. Bad law. [Gerald Skoning, WSJ] Together with required disclosure of “pay range,” ban on salary history inquiries could hurt studios, talent biz [Philip Bonoli, Forbes] Claim: age-targeted Facebook employment ads unlawful under age discrimination law, even if hiring firms are listing jobs and […] Labor and
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