April 04, 2011
Employment Law Alert
On April 9, New York's Wage Theft Prevention Act will go into effect, imposing new recordkeeping and notice obligations on New York employers. The Department of Labor recently released additional guidance and sample forms.
As discussed in previous alerts, New York’s Wage Theft Prevention Act imposes new recordkeeping and notice obligations on New York employers, and creates new penalties. This statute goes into effect on April 9, 2011. The New York Department of Labor (“NYDOL”) has released answers to frequently asked questions, as well as sample pay notice forms.
The guidance from the NYDOL includes the following highlights:
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