And it’s equally discouraging to learn that Mayor Jim Kenney is now slow-walking the bill in the face of the corporate giant’s opposition, The Philadelphia Inquirer reports . In a 25-page legal memo, attorneys for Comcast claim that employers’ First Amendment rights would be infringed if the city dictated what questions it could and could not ask of job applicants. The memo also ominously hinted that “could make the city liable for a substantial award of attorney’s fees,” The Inquirer reported. Speaking to reporters after a meeting with Greenlee, Comcast executive David L. Cohen and Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce CEO Robert C. Wonderling said they supported the bill’s intent, but believed it would be overly burdensome and not close a putative wage-gap. They also expressed frustration over what they saw as the ever-expanding reach of city hall over the business community. While they cannot mandate wages – except in the case of the minimum wage – city officials are well within their authority to ensure that the playing field between similarly, or identically qualified – job applicants is as level as possible. And it’s not without basis. http://lovetylerward.universitypunjabi.org/2017/01/05/a-simple-breakdown-of-prudent-skills-for-emergency-medicine-productsA Time analysis last March concluded that “Women earn less than men at every age range: 15 percent less at ages 22 to 25 and a staggering 38 percent less at ages 51 to 64.” The gap is equally profound for minority job-seekers. A Pew Research Center analysis published last July concluded that “among full- and part-time workers in the U.S., blacks in 2015 earned just 75 percent as much as whites in median hourly earnings.” There should be only one basis for determining salary and compensation: qualifications and experience.get more
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