New York State Wage and Hour Laws
About this Program
The recent changes to New York State Wage & Hour Laws have given employers a greater incentive to be intimately familiar with its employment practices – there have been an increasing number of lawsuits, an expansion of civil and criminal penalties for non-compliance, and stronger enforcement by both federal and state labor agencies. Join New York Labor and Employment attorneys Evan White and Joseph Harris for this discussion on the intricacies of New York’s new Wage and Hour laws. They cover the essential changes such as payment and overtime practices, meal breaks, wage deductions, and uniform pay. They also shed light on the new employer obligations under New York State’s Wage Theft Prevention Act as well as the updated regulations for the hospitality industry. Their conclusion ends with practical advice that will help employers avoid violations in their labor practices.
I. Why Employers Must be Familiar with Wage & Hour Laws
II. Wage & Hour Basics
III. Other NYS Wage & Hour Essentials
IV. Wage Theft Prevention Act (WTPA)
V. NYS Hospitality Wage Order
VI. Best Practices for Employers
I loved these guys.
Both attorneys are obviously very knowledgable in the field as presented. Provided alot of practical information as an overview. Good course for even general practitioners.
Very informative. Thank you!
Incredibly clear and focused seminar. A lot of info was packed in---but it was presented very well. Definitely worth the time.
great clear interesting presentation
Liked the two person Q&A presentation....
very good course.
Excellent and to the point.
Good job in making a nuanced subject easy to understand
Very informative and thorough
Written materials were very helpful to go along with the speakers
Excellent instructors. Excellent terse overview of area of law in which I had no prior experience.
Very informative. Thank you.
Excellent review of the law and in practice
Too basic. I guess I expected more depth. Particularly the issue of taxes on settlements of FLSA cases