Wage Theft Prevention Act

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Update to the Update: New York Employers Will Likely Be Relieved of the Requirement to Distribute Annual Pay Notices in January...

Okay, so despite our previous post saying the opposite, employers likely will not have to distribute New York State Wage Theft Act Annual Pay Notices after all. We had good reason to report it the other way a couple of weeks...more

Labor and Employment: An Early Holiday Present For New York Employers: The Annual Wage Notice Requirement Will Be Eliminated...

New York employers who have already begun preparing to send out annual wage notices to their employees under the Wage Theft Prevention Act can safely stop their preparations. The bill eliminating the annual wage notice...more

NYS Wage Theft Prevention Action – Summer 2014 Amendments Still Pending

This summer, we wrote about a bill passed by both the New York State Assembly and Senate to amend the New York State Wage Theft Prevention Act (the WTPA). Among other things, the amendments would eliminate the need for...more

Don’t Let California’s Sick Leave Law Leave You Sick this New Year’s: Be Prepared to Comply on January 1!

California employers are facing a healthy dose of new requirements next month as the notice and posting provisions in the state’s recently enacted paid sick leave law take effect. To help employers comply before ringing in...more

D.C. Council Passes “Emergency” Amendments to the Wage Theft Prevention Amendment Act

As we noted in our blog post last month, District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray recently signed an amendment to the Wage Theft Prevention Act. As detailed in our post and related client alert, the D.C. Wage Theft Prevention...more

Labor and Employment: The Bill Eliminating the Annual Wage Notice Requirement Still Has Not Been Signed by the Governor (12/14)

Nearly six months ago, we reported in a New York Labor and Employment Law Report blog article that the New York Legislature passed a bill eliminating the requirement under the Wage Theft Prevention Act that employers provide...more

Update: New York Employers Will Still Be Required to Distribute Annual Pay Notices in January 2015

To the consternation and bewilderment of many, the New York State Legislature never sent to Governor Cuomo the bill it passed earlier this year repealing the New York State Wage Theft Act’s Annual Pay Notice Requirement. ...more

D.C. Prepares a Holiday “Gift” for Employers – the Wage Theft Prevention Amendment Act of 2014

Washington, D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray quietly signed an amendment to the Wage Theft Prevention Act which will likely take effect in mid-December 2014 – just in time for the holidays. ...more

D.C. Amends Wage Theft Prevention Act to Increase Employer Obligations and Penalties

Absent Congressional action, employers in the District of Columbia will soon face a slew of new requirements and penalties as a result of the Wage Theft Prevention Amendment Act of 2014 (the "Act"), which amends a law that...more

Fail to Pay Wages in D.C. and Get Sued With Some of Your Closest Friends (and Contractors)

If you are a D.C. employer, temporary staffing agency, contractor or subcontractor, you have yet another wage and hour law to contend with: The Wage Theft Prevention Amendment Act of 2014. Among other things, the law...more

Act Now Advisory: Will New York Employers Finally Be Relieved of Annual Reporting Obligations Under the Wage Theft Prevention Act?

A recently proposed amendment ("Amendment") to New York's Wage Theft Prevention Act ("WTPA" or "Act") would provide less burdensome employer reporting obligations but increase penalties under the Act. The Amendment passed the...more

New York Legislature Repeals Annual Wage Theft Prevention Act Requirement

During the flurry of activity in Albany prior to lawmakers’ summer hiatus, the New York State legislature approved a bill that will eliminate the onerous requirement of providing annual wage notices to all employees. As New...more

New York Wage Theft Prevention Act Amendments Awaiting Governor's Signature

On June 19, 2014, both houses of the New York State Legislature passed a bill that would amend the N.Y. Wage Theft Prevention Act of 2010 (the "Act"). The amendments eliminate the annual wage rate notice requirement and...more

Governor Cuomo Set to Sign Law Repealing the New York Wage Theft Prevention Act’s Annual Pay Notice Requirement; Law Also Extends...

New York is set to end its requirement under the Wage Theft Prevention Act that employers annually distribute notices to employees detailing certain wage payment information. In just the short time it was in effect, this...more

D.C. Council Seeks To Amend Wage Theft Prevention Act

Executive Summary: The D.C. Council is seeking to amend the D.C. Wage Theft Prevention Act less than one year after the last amendment. If passed, the amended law would substantially increase penalties...more

Two New Prevailing Wage Laws Aimed at Stopping "Wage Theft"

Public Agencies are Now Required to Provide Notice of Completion and/or Acceptance on All Public Works Projects to Labor Commissioner Within Five Days - Effective January 1st, two new California prevailing wage laws...more

Three Requirements For New York Employers In The New Year

This is a friendly reminder to clients employing workers in New York that they need to comply with the annual pay notice requirement of the state’s Wage Theft Prevention Act (WTPA) by February 1, 2014. As with previous years,...more

New Laws and New Year Compliance Obligations in New York & New Jersey

Happy New Year! As you move past the holidays and focus on 2014, we would like to take this opportunity to remind you of the new laws taking effect at the beginning of this year and your annual beginning of the year...more

Reminder: Wage Theft Prevention Act Annual Notices Must Be Issued to Employees By February 1

Employers who have employees in New York are required to issue annual notices under the Wage Theft Prevention Act (“WTPA”) to all New York employees between January 1 and February 1, 2014. This is the third year that the...more

Reminder: New York Wage Theft Prevention Act Requires Annual Notices To All Employees Between January 1, 2014 And February 1, 2014...

The New York Wage Theft Prevention Act requires employers to provide annual wage notices to all employees no later than February 1, 2014. The notice must include the following...more

With The New Year Comes New Annual Notice Obligation For New York Employers

Between January 1 and February 1, 2014, all private employers must provide each of their New York employees a written notice containing detailed information regarding the terms and conditions of their employment....more

New Year Brings New FCRA Forms for Employers and Possibly Additional Notification Requirements

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), the primary enforcer of the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) rang in the new year by issuing new forms for users of consumer reports. Copies of the forms that went into effect...more

Reminder: New York Wage Theft Prevention Act Requires Annual Notices For All Employees By February 1, 2013

The New York Wage Theft Prevention Act requires employers to provide annual wage notices to all employees no later than February 1, 2013. The notice must include: the rate(s) of pay, including the overtime rate, if any; the...more

The New York Wage Theft Prevention Act's Annual Pay Notice Deadline is Rapidly Approaching

This alert serves as a reminder that the New York Wage Theft Prevention Act requires employers to provide annual pay notices to all of their employees (whether full-time or part-time, exempt or non-exempt) no later than...more

Attention New York Employers: Pay Rate Notices Due by February 1, 2013

The New York State Wage Theft Prevention Act ("the Act") requires all New York employers to provide all employees by February 1, 2013, a written notice containing specific information about the employee's wages. The required...more

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