New York Minimum Wage Poster Required
The Minimum Wage Poster is a labor law posters poster by the New York Department Of Labor. This is a mandatory posting for all employers in New York, and businesses who fail to comply may be subject to fines or sanctions.
This poster, written in both English and Spanish, must be posted in a conspicuous place where all employees will see it. This poster describes the minimum wage for both tipped and untipped employees, the rate at which employers must pay their employees overtime as well as other wage requirements. This poster also lists where to file a complaint should any of this law be violated.
NY All-In-One Labor Poster: Instead of printing out dozens of posters, employers can also purchase an all-in-one poster that covers both New York and Federal poster requirements by clicking here .
AS A WORKER, WHAT IS MY MINIMUM WAGE? From 12/31/2022 to 12/30/2023, the New York State basic minimum wage is: • $15.00 per hour in New York City • $15.00 per hour in Long Island and Westchester County • $14.20 per hour in the Remainder of New York State From 12/31/2022 to 12/30/2023, the minimum wage for fast food workers* is: • $15.00 per hour in all of New York City • $15.00 per hour in the rest of New York State Private sector employees in the state, including domestic workers (in most cases), must receive the basic minimum wage. SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES The basic rate may change under rules known as “wage orders” that set minimum pay for jobs in: • The hospitality, building service and farming industries • All other industries and occupations The wage orders set: • Hourly rates • Overtime rates • Credits for meals and lodging, if supplied by the employer Several wage orders set lower hourly minimum pay rates if workers regularly receive tips. These wage orders are published on the Department of Labor website at www.labor.ny.gov/minimumwage. When workers take care of their own required uniforms, they must be paid an added amount over minimum wage. Employees who do piecework should be paid at a rate that brings them to at least the basic minimum wage. A standard work week is 40 hours. If employees work any hours beyond that, then the employer must pay them at 1 ½ times the regular wage. AS AN EMPLOYER, HOW DO I COMPLY WITH ALL ASPECTS OF MINIMUM WAGE LAW? The Labor Department helps collect back wages for workers who have not received the minimum wage. Employers that break the Minimum Wage Law may be subject to orders to pay: • Back wages • Interest • Liquidated damages • Fines They may also be subject to criminal prosecution and penalties. The fines for violations can total up to 200 percent of the missing wages. They may also have to pay 16 percent interest on the unpaid wages. Employers must place a Minimum Wage poster in their place of business where workers can see it. Employers with questions or concerns about obeying the Minimum Wage Law can contact the Labor Department at 888-469-7365 for help, between 8 am and 5 pm, Monday through Friday. *A fast food worker is any person employed or permitted to work at, or for, a fast food establishment by any employer where such person’s job duties include at least one of the following: customer service, cooking, food or drink preparation, delivery, security, stocking supplies or equipment, cleaning, or routine maintenance. NEW YORK STATE MINIMUM WAGE P700 (12/22) The New York State Department of Labor is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Program. Auxiliary aides and services are available upon request and free of charg\ e to individuals with disabilities TTY/TDD 711 or 1-800-662-1220 (English) / 1-877-662-4886.
Other New York Labor Law Posters 4 PDFS
There are an additional seventeen optional and mandatory New York labor law posters that may be relevant to your business. Be sure to also print all relevant state labor law posters, as well as all mandatory federal labor law posters.
- Original poster PDF https://dol.ny.gov/system/files/documents/2023/01/p700_12-22_0.pdf , updated February 2023
- New York Labor Law Posters at https://labor.ny.gov/workerprotection/laborstandards/employer/posters.shtm
- New York Department Of Labor
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