Updated Aug. 30, 2022 4:47 pm ET
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California may soon require nearly all employers hiring in the state to begin listing pay on job postings, a move that could affect many of the biggest U.S. companies.
A bill passed by the California legislature mandates that all organizations with 15 or more employees include the hourly pay or salary range on job listings in the state. It also calls for companies to disclose more information to the state on the wages of existing workers. It now heads to the desk of Gov. Gavin Newsom, a Democrat. Representatives for Mr. Newsom declined to comment.