Business advocacy groups advise that the New York Legislature and Governor Cuomo have reached agreement on the Legislature’s already-passed legislation repealing the Wage Theft Prevention Act’s annual notice requirement. Indeed, the Legislature’s web site confirms that S.5885-B has been delivered to the Governor. Business groups believe a “chapter amendment” will be forthcoming in
With WTPA Amendments In Limbo, New York Employers Must Prepare for Another Round of “Those (Annual) Notices”
Despite passage in June by both chambers of the New York State Legislature, legislation repealing the 2011 Wage Theft Prevention Act’s “annual wage notice” has yet to take effect. In fact, as of this writing, Governor Cuomo has not been presented with the bill for signature. Because the legislation only takes effect 60 days after…
NYSDOL Issues Wage Theft Act Forms Just Ahead of April 9 Effective Date
The New York State Department of Labor has provided model forms to comply with the Wage Theft Prevention Act. Also included are instructions for completing the forms and Guidelines for complying with the Act’s revisions to N.Y. Labor Law § 195.
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