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New wage law expands notice obligations and increases penalties for New York employers

23 February 2011

Employment Alert

The New York Wage Theft Prevention Act (WTPA), which takes effect 9 April 2011, significantly expands employers' notice obligations under the New York Labor Law. Under the WTPA, New York employers will be required to provide additional and annual information to employees in their wage rate notices (letter to employee) and wage statements (check stubs). Further, employers will be subject to increased penalties if they violate New York's wage payment laws.



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