Do You Need a Competitive Pay Policy?

Do You Need a Competitive Pay Policy?

It’s no secret that top talent expects to be paid top dollar. Even with a developed recruiting program, fantastic work environment and great work-life balance, it will be difficult for your company to attract and retain the best employees without a competitive pay...
What is the New York State Notice of Pay Rate?

What is the New York State Notice of Pay Rate?

As part of the Wage Theft Prevention Act (WTPA) of 2011, all employers in New York are required to give written notice of wage rates to all new hires within 10 days of being hired. Previously, employers were required to provide this notice to all employees every year,...
2019 New York Minimum Wage And Exempt Status Salaries

2019 New York Minimum Wage And Exempt Status Salaries

The 2019 New York minimum wage and exempt status salaries are set to increase, effective December 31, 2018. The amount of the increases are determined by location within the state and by employer size. 2019 New York Minimum Wage Increases The table below shows the...
Special Wage Laws in New York

Special Wage Laws in New York

Problems arise when employers fail to recognize and count certain hours worked as compensable time. Under federal law, “hours worked” may include time spent by the employee on-call, waiting for work to perform while on duty, or attending lectures,...
What are the Wage Payment Timing Laws for New York?

What are the Wage Payment Timing Laws for New York?

Wages required by the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) are due on the regular payday for the pay period covered. The timing of paydays is a matter governed by state law. Here are the wage payment timing laws for New York. Employers in New York are generally...

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