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Colorado forced companies to disclose salaries on job listings — and now some companies won’t hire workers from the Centennial State

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Colorado passed a law that required employers tell prospective employees how much a job pays — and six months later companies are rejecting applicants from the state altogether.

Johnson & Johnson, McKesson, CBRE Group, and Cardinal Health recently posted job listings seeking workers in every US location “except Colorado,” The Wall Street Journal’s Chip Cutter reported on Thursday.

“Work location is flexible if approved by the Company except that position may not be performed remotely from Colorado,” read two Johnson & Johnson job listings for a commercial finance senior manager and a senior manager in operations, details ⇒

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