New York State Repeals the Annual Notice of Pay

December 29th Governor Andrew Cuomo signed an amendment to the Wage Theft Prevention Act (WTPA) which eliminates the required distribution of an Annual Pay Notice for 2015. Previously all employers in New York State were required to give their employees an annual statement listing their pay rate, allowances, and payday etc. by February 1st . This amendment does not affect …

Attention Restaurateurs: Are your pay stubs compliant?

The NY Wage Theft Prevention Act (WTPA), which became effective on April 9, 2011, significantly increased the record keeping burdens on New York State employers. While the annual rate of pay notice forms received a lot of attention, one of the lesser known elements of the WTPA required employers to include additional information on employee pay stubs. Specifically, the WTPA …