Illinois Equal Pay Act of 2003. Amendments effective 60 times after signature by the governor

Illinois Equal Pay Act of 2003. Amendments effective 60 times after signature by the governor

  • Bans employers from asking job seekers for details about their wage, wage or advantages history

The Act bans companies from (1) assessment job seekers considering their wage or income history; (2) needing that the applicant’s wages satisfy minimum or maximum requirements; and (3) asking for or needing a job candidate to disclose wage or wage history as a disorder of work. Companies may share information utilizing the applicant about the settlement and advantages or talking about the applicant’s objectives for the career in concern. A manager will not break the Act if an applicant voluntarily discloses the info, however the Act prohibits a manager from depending on such information whenever determining whether or not to provide work or determining payment. Continue reading “Illinois Equal Pay Act of 2003. Amendments effective 60 times after signature by the governor”