MobiusCube t1_iw70pb1 wrote

>I still don’t agree, as the employer/employee relationship isn’t equitable in the first place. Likewise job postings are one sided, something done by the employer to the public — that is what is being regulated.

I think you're confusing "equitable" with "equal". Each side of hiring is certainly fair, both sides want something from the other as employment is a mutually beneficial agreement between the two parties. One side wants labor and the other wants money.


MobiusCube t1_iw2ag5q wrote

It's strange that they force employers to reveal desires salary range, but do not require employees to also reveal their desired range. Not very equitable of them.

Edit: For clarity, I'm referring to the desired salary of the posting in question, not historical salary of previous jobs the applicant held.