Code of the District of Columbia

§ 32–1453. Exceptions.

(a) An employer may prohibit an employee with regular access to information regarding the compensation of other employees in the course of the employees work, such as a human resources employee, from sharing such information, unless the disclosure is in furtherance of or response to an investigation, action, or hearing, or there is a legal obligation for the employer to furnish the information.

(b) Nothing in this chapter shall require:

(1) An employer to disclose the compensation of an employee in response to an inquiry by another employee; or

(2) An employee to disclose his or her compensation in response to an inquiry by another employee.