[Webinar] New York Wage Deductions: What May Companies Withhold from Workers’ Pay? - February 25th, 1:00 pm ET

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February 25th, 2021
1:00 PM ET

New York has extensive limits on what private (non-government) employers may deduct or withhold from employees’ compensation. Violations of these restrictions essentially constitute “wage theft” under the NYS Labor Law.

Anyone involved in making payroll decisions regarding New York employees should become cognizant of what deductions are required, permissible, and prohibited. The regulatory framework includes detailed parameters regarding wage advances and recoupment of inadvertent overpayments that offer limited opportunities for employers, but also major traps for the unwary.

Who will benefit from this webinar:

  • Business owners
  • Managers and executives
  • Human Resources & Payroll professionals
  • In-house attorneys

Here’s an overview of the topics we expect to cover:

  • Prohibited Practices
  • Authorized Deductions
  • Recovering Overpayments
  • Wage Advances

And more!

Plus, live Q&A on these and other topics of interest!

Speaker:

Scott Horton Attorney

Scott Horton

DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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