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New York City Mayor Signs Law Barring Inquiries into Applicants’ Pay History

New legislation effective October 31, 2017 prohibits employers from asking New York City job applicants about their past compensation and benefits....more

New York City Passes Bill Barring Inquiries into Applicants' Pay History

New legislation prohibits employers from asking New York City job applicants about their past compensation and benefits. On April 5, the New York City Council passed legislation prohibiting employers from inquiring about...more

New York City Passes Freelancer Wage Protection Law

Hiring parties should review their current contracts with freelance workers in New York City to ensure compliance with the new bill. The New York City Council has passed, and Mayor Bill de Blasio has signed, a bill with...more

New York City Earned Sick Time Act Expanded Before Taking Effect

The Act was recently amended to cover more New York City employers and to impose even greater compliance obligations than the original law passed in 2013....more

New York Increases Minimum Wage, Salaries as of December 31

Department of Labor adopts amendments to wage regulations setting the minimum wage rates for nonexempt employees and minimum salaries for exempt employees....more

New York Wage Deduction Rules Take Effect

The regulations provide employers with specific guidelines for wage deductions, including those for overpayments and advances. On October 9, the New York Department of Labor’s (NYDOL’s) final wage deduction regulations...more

10/24/2013  /  DOL , Overpayment , Wage Deductions , Wages
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