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April 22, 2020 New York Time Off for Voting
The New York Time Off for Voting poster has been updated to reflect that registered voters who do not have sufficient time outside of his or her scheduled work hours may take up to two hours of paid time off to vote in most public elections. The law also reinstates the presumption that employees will be considered to have sufficient time to vote outside their scheduled work hours if they have four consecutive hours between the polls opening and the beginning of their work shift, or four hours after the polls close. This posting appears on the New York Combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >
July 10, 2020 New York Minimum Wage
The New York Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase to the minimum  wage for tipped workers. The tip credit for employees under the Miscellaneous Industries Wage Order was reduced by 50% on June 30, 2020 and will be eliminated entirely on December 31, 2020. Order Updated Poster >
December 31, 2019 New York Minimum Wage
The New York Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage rate. The minimum wage for New York State will increase from $11.10 per hour to $11.80 per hour effective December 31, 2019. The poster also includes the New York City minimum wage increase of $15.00 per hour for small employers, and the Long Island and Westchester County minimum wage increase of $13.00 per hour, effective December 31, 2019. This posting appears on the New York Combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >
December 31, 2019 New York Fair Employment
The New York Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect that the definition of a covered employer under the New York Human Rights Law will be expanded as of February 8, 2020, to include all employers in the state regardless of size. In addition, the poster was updated to reflect that discrimination based on hairstyles associated with race is prohibited in employment, and nonemployees working in the workplace are also protected from discrimination under the law. This posting appears on the New York combination Poster. Order Updated Poster >
December 31, 2019 New York Child Labor Schedule of Hours
The New York Child Labor Schedule of Hours poster has been released.  Employers who employ minors must create a work schedule for minors and post them in the workplace.  The schedule must show the start and end times for minors and the time allowed for meal breaks. Order Updated Poster >
April 11, 2019 New York Time Off for Voting
The New York Time Off for Voting poster has been updated to reflect that employees may request up to three hours of paid time off to vote. The poster was also updated to reflect that employees must request the time off to vote not less than two working days before the date of the election. Order Updated Poster >
January 3, 2019 New York Fair Employment
The New York Fair Employment poster has been updated to reflect new protected categories. Employers are now prohibited from discriminating against employees based on pregnancy and gender identity. The agency has also added that sexual harassment or harassment based on any of the protected categories are prohibited in the workplace. Order Updated Poster >
January 6, 2021 New York Minimum Wage
The New York Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase to the minimum wage for Long Island and Westchester County and remainder of New York State. The minimum wage for Long Island and Westchester County will increase from $13.00 per hour to $14.00 per hour and the remainder of New York State from $11.80 per hour to $12.50 per hour, effective December 31, 2020. The minimum wage for all employees in New York City will remain at the same $15.00 per hour rate. In addition, beginning December 31, 2020, an employer must pay the full applicable minimum wage rate, and cannot take any tip credit. Order Updated Poster >
December 20, 2021 New York Minimum Wage
The New York Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase to the minimum wage for Long Island and The New York Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase to the minimum wage for Long Island and Westchester County and remainder of New York State. The minimum wage for Long Island and Westchester County will increase from $14.00 per hour to $15.00 per hour and the remainder of New York State from $12.50 per hour to $13.20 per hour, effective December 31, 2021. The minimum wage for all employees in New York City will remain at the same $15.00 per hour rate. This posting appears on the New York Combination Poster. Westchester County and remainder of New York State. The minimum wage for Long Island and Westchester County will increase from $14.00 per hour to $15.00 per hour and the remainder of New York State from $12.50 per hour to $13.20 per hour, effective December 31, 2021. The minimum wage for all employees in New York City will remain at the same $15.00 per hour rate. Order Updated Poster >
December 20, 2021 New York Hospitality Minimum Wage
The New York Hospitality Industry Minimum Wage poster has been updated to reflect an increase in the minimum wage.  The minimum wage in Long Island and Westchester County, NY will increase from $14.00 per hour to $15.00 per hour, and the minimum wage for service employees will increase from $11.65 per hour to $12.50 per hour effective December 31, 2021.  The food service worker minimum wage will also increase. The minimum wage for the remainder of New York State will increase from $12.50 per hour to $13.20 per hour, and the minimum wage for service employees will increase from $10.40 per hour to $11.00 per hour effective December 31, 2021. The food service worker minimum wage will also increase. Order Updated Poster >
February 17, 2022 New York Whistleblower Protection Law
The New York Whistleblower Protection Law poster has been released to comply with a new law that expands New York’s whistleblower law. A new law expands the scope of who is protected against retaliation and what is deemed protected activity under the whistleblower law.  It also requires employers to post a notice in the workplace informing employees and applicants of their whistleblower protections. Order Updated Poster >
May 6, 2022 New York Electronic Monitoring
The New York Electronic Monitoring poster has been released to comply with the new electronic monitoring law effective May 7, 2022. The new law requires employers who monitor or intercept their employees’ telephone conversations or transmissions, electronic mail or transmissions, or internet access or usage to post a notice in the workplace informing employees that their activity will be monitored. Order Updated Poster >

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