New York Employers Must Be Aware of Recent Amendments to State's Human Rights, Labor, and "Mini-Cobra" Laws


On July 28, 2009, the New York Labor Law was amended and now requires employers to provide all employees who are hired on or after October 26, 2009 with written notice of their rate of pay and the employer’s regular pay dates. In addition, employers will now be required to notify new non exempt employees who are eligible for overtime of their regular hourly rate and their overtime rate of pay. Employers will also be required to obtain acknowledgments from each new employee evidencing their receipt of this notice.

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