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New Hampshire Free Printable Labor Law Posters Posters New Hampshire Minimum Wage Law Poster Required

 New Hampshire Minimum Wage Law PDF

The New Hampshire Minimum Wage Law is a labor law posters poster by the New Hampshire Department Of Labor. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in New Hampshire, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.

This poster must be posted in a conspicuous place where all employees will see it. This poster describes the minimum wage employees can receive, how to deal with overtime pay, and how to deal with the employment of minors.

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          	   	DEPARTMENT OF LABOR	 	
                               	Revised Statutes Annotated Chapter 279, as amended	 	
Unless  otherwise  provided  by  statute,  no  person,  firm,  or  corporation  shall 	employ  any  employee  at  an  hourly 	
rate lower than that set forth in the federal minimum wage law, as amended.	 	
Exempt from RSA 279 are:	 	
Employees  engaged  in  Household  Labor,  Domestic  Labor,  Farm  Labor,  Outside  Sa	les  Representatives,  Summer  Camps 	
for Minors, Newspaper Carriers, Non	-Professional Ski Patrol and Golf Caddies	. 	
OVERTIME  PAY. 	Those  employees  covered  by  RSA  279,  with  the  following  exceptions,  shall  in  addition  to  their 	
regular compensation, be paid at th	e rate of time and one	-half for all time worked in excess of 40 hours in any one week:	 	 
      	(a) Any employee employed by an amusement, seasonal, or recreational establishment if:	 	
              	(1) it does not operate for more than 7 months in any calenda	r year; or	 	
              	(2) during the preceding calendar year, its average receipts for any 6 months of such year were	 	
                	not more than 33 1/3 percent of its average receipts for the other 6 months of such year.	 	
      	(b) Any employee of emp	loyers covered under the provisions of the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act.	 	
Tipped employees of a restaurant, hotel, motel, inn or cabin, who customarily and regularly receive more than $30 a 
month  in  tips  directly  from  the  customers  will  receive  a  base 	rate  from  the  employer  of  not  less  than  45  percent  of 	
the  applicable  minimum  wage.  Restaurant  shall  include  an  establishment  in  a  temporary  or  permanent  building, 
kept,  used,  maintained,  advertised,  and  held  out  to  the  public  to  be  a  place  where  meals  are 	regularly  prepared  or 	
served  for which  a  charge  is  made  and  where  seating  and  table  service  is  available  for  customers  or  where  delivery 
services  are  available.  The  term  does  not  include  establishments  which  do  not  primarily  prepare  and  serve  food. 
Tipped 	employees  shall  also  include  employees  who  deliver  meals  prepared  in  a  restaurant  to  the  customer's  home, 	
office,  or  other  location.  If  an  employee  shows  to  the  satisfaction  of  the  commissioner  that  the  actual  amount  of 
wages  received  at  the  end  of  each  pa	y  period  did  not  equal  the  minimum  wage  for  all  hours  worked,  the  employer 	
shall pay the employee the difference to guarantee the applicable minimum wage. 	 	 
RECORDS. 	Every employer of employees shall keep a true and accurate 	record of the hours worked 	by e	ach, wages paid 	
to each, and classification of employment when necessary	. 	
No youth under the age of 16 shall be employed or permitted to work without first obtaining a New Hampshire 
Youth  Employment  Certificate  except  f	or  his/her  parents,  grandparents,  guardian,  or  at  work  defined  as  casual 	
or  farm  labor. 	Certificates  shall  be  obtained  by  an  employer  within  3  business  days  of  the  first  day  of 	
employment.	 Copies  of  certificates  shall  be  kept  on  file  by  all  employers  of  yo	uths.  An  employer  shall  not 	
employ  a  youth  16  or  17  years  of  age,  unless  the  employer  obtains  and  maintains  on  file  a  signed  written 
document from the youth's parent or legal guardian permitting the youth's employment. The parental permission 
shall be on f	ile at the establishment’s worksite prior to the first day of employment. Written parental 	permission 	
is  not  required  for  a	 16  or  17  year  old  youth  who  has  graduated  from  high  school  or  obtained  a  general 	
equivalency diploma. 	 	
INSPECTION DIVISION	 	       	  	 	Rudolph W. Ogden, III	 	 	 	Ken Merrifield	 	
P.O. BOX 2076	 	 	 	 	Deputy 	Commissioner	 	       	 	 	Commissioner	   	
CONCORD, NH 03302	-2076	 	 	
(603) 271	-1492 & 271	-3176	 	
Rev.	 02	-01-18

Other New Hampshire Labor Law Posters 4 PDFS

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