New Employment Rules-Karl Heideck

Early this year; Philadelphia workers were privileged to get what they termed as brotherly love. In January 23rd Jim Kenny who is the mayor of Philadelphia County signed the new law which will greatly benefit the workers in the region. The city is the first in the United States of America to prohibit employers from requesting as well as getting salary information from candidates who are applying for jobs. The transition, as well as the application of the new law, was not smooth, as the Chamber of Commerce for the Greater Philadelphia, conveyed legal challenges which they claimed that they were unconstitutional. Listed below is how the process went down.

The law Explanation
According to the society of Human Rights Management; it was clear that they law was created to bridge the gap between the female and the male employees in Pennsylvania. The rule also barred employers from the following;
• Punishing job applicants who deny disclosing their salary history.
• Asking job candidates to share their previous salary history.
• Stating that it is a must for the job applicants to disclose their salaries in order to get a job.

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Those Affected
According to the observers, it is predicted that the rule will not only affect those in Philadelphia but also those employers outside the City and seek to employ people from Philadelphia.

Karl Heideck is a graduate of Swarthmore College where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in 2003. He was so passionate about the law and wanted so much to be a litigator attorney. In 2009 he joined Templeton University, Beasley School of law for his Juris. Immediately after his graduation; Mr. Karl began practicing law as an attorney in Philadelphia where he gained much of his experience. He acquired his practicing license in 2010 and since then he has continued to practice law in the City of Philadelphia.

Karl Heideck is a renowned attorney in the world and has been working with top law firm in the United States of America. Throughout his career, Karl Heideck has an opportunity to gain experience as he served in different capacities including; employment law, corporate law, commercial and civil litigation, arbitration, trial and appeals, legal writing, intellectual property protection among others.

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