R.I. employers must provide salary range for open positions upon request

JUST ASK: Women’s Fund of Rhode Island CEO Kelly Nevins says a new state statute requiring employers to provide a salary range upon a job applicant’s request will not only increase pay equity but save time for both employers and applicants. 
PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO
JUST ASK: Women’s Fund of Rhode Island CEO Kelly Nevins says a new state statute requiring employers to provide a salary range upon a job applicant’s request will not only increase pay equity but save time for both employers and applicants. 
PBN PHOTO/­MICHAEL SALERNO

Between poring over resumes and cover letters and multiple rounds of interviews, the job search process has often been likened to a job in itself. No applicant wants to put hours into the process only to find that potential employers aren’t offering compensation that aligns with their needs, said Kelly Nevins, CEO of the Women’s

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