New Wage Rate Notice Requirements Affecting All New York Employers


Effective October 26, 2009, New York employers are required to provide written notification to all new hires of their hourly rate, overtime rate (if applicable), and payday. Employers must receive a written acknowledgment from each new hire of said notification. The Department of Labor has now issued a mandatory form that must be used by all New York State employers in order to comply with the notice requirement, as well as an explanatory notice.

Pryor Cashman Labor and Employment Partners Joshua Zuckerberg and Richard M. Betheil have written an informative Legal Update about the new requirement and have provided links to use forms and explanatory guidance.

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