Wage Theft Prevention in New York
December 8, 2014
Initially effective April 9, 2011, New York state’s Wage Theft Prevention Act went into to protect workers in New York. The Act requires employers to provide written statements setting forth all employees’ pay rates and pay dates and provides a civil cause of action against employers that fail to properly disclose or pay wages. Subsequent modifications to the law have since also taken effect.
To download the New York Wage Theft Prevention form, click here.
More information on the law, including employer responsibilities and a sample employee notices, is available here.
For further information, please contact LaborCompliance@castandcrew.com.
The proceeding information is provided for informational purposes only, should not be construed as or relied upon as legal advice and is subject to change without notice. If you have questions concerning particular situations, specific payroll administration or labor relations issues, please contact your counsel.