The New York State Department Of Labor Issues Guidelines, Instructions and Model Notices For New York's Notice of Pay Law


On October 26, 2009, Section 195.1 of the New York Labor Law took effect. Section 195.1 requires New York employers to notify employees in writing at the time that that they are hired of their rate of pay and of their regular pay day. Further, if the employee is covered by a provision of the applicable federal or state overtime laws, then the notice must also inform each employee of his/her overtime rate.

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