New York employers must provide notice of wage rate to all employees by 1 February 2014
This a reminder that the New York Wage Theft Prevention Act requires all private sector employers in New York, including not-for-profit corporations, to give written notice of wage rates to all New York employees, both exempt and non-exempt, by 1 February of each year.
The notice must include: rate or rates of pay, including overtime rate of pay (if it applies); how the employee is paid — by the hour, shift, day, week, commission, etc; regular payday; official name of the employer and any other names used for business (DBA); address and phone number of the employer’s main office or principal location; allowances taken as part of the minimum wage (tips, meal and lodging deductions); and acknowledgment of receipt…
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