The New York State and Federal All workplace poster includes all laws required to be displayed in the workplace by the New York State Department of Labor. Compliance Assistance offers durable, convenient and quality compliance posters with reliable customer service. All federal and state posters are available in both English and Spanish. In order for your business to be in labor law compliance, both federal and state laws must be posted in a conspicuous location at every work site. Purchase the 2021 New York Labor Law poster with our Smart Poster Update Plan and frequent labor law changes.
New York State Labor Law Requirements:
Notice of Pay
Expression of Breastmilk
Fringe Benefits and Hours
Mandatory Nurse Overtime
Criminal Convictions Records
Workers' Compensation and Disability Benefits (Supplied by employer's insurance carrier)
Federal Labor Requirements:
Family and Medical Leave Act - Includes FMLA May 2016 update
Federal Minimum Wage - Updated on Aug. 1st 2016
Employee Polygraph Protection Act - Updated on Aug. 1st 2016
Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law - Includes NEW GINA in effect November 21, 2009
USERRA - Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act
OSHA - Job Safety & Health Protection
Minimum Wage Act (NY State Labor Law, 661)
It is required for employers to place this labor law poster in a conspicuous area so that all employees are able to easily see their right to overtime and minimum wage payments.
Discrimination against employees or potential employees is a severe crime in New York. This poster displays the state's zero-tolerance policy on discrimination. The New York State and Federal All-In-One Labor Law Poster lets you be in compliance with this law.
In certain circumstances, employees with disabilities may be entitled to disability benefits, and these workers must be aware of that possibility through this mandatory labor law poster, which must be posted by the employer.
Employment of Minors (NY Labor Law Art. 4 144)
Workers under a certain youthful age are considered minors in New York. These employees have their work shifts and options limited, for their own safety. The New York State and Federal All-In-One Labor Law Poster lets you be in compliance with this law.
Toxic Substances (NY Labor Law Art. 28 876)
Employees must be notified by their employer if there are toxic substances stored or being produced in the workplace.
Time Off to Vote Notice
If an employee is unable to vote after his work shift, employers must, under New York state law, grant him time off to vote.
Fringe Benefits Notice
This mandatory labor law poster provides information regarding fringe benefits (i.e. sick leave, personal leave, ect.). The New York State and Federal All-In-One Labor Law Poster lets you be in compliance with this law.
Right of Nursing Mother's to Express Breast Milk
New York state law gives employees the right to take unpaid leave to express breast milk. The New York State and Federal All-In-One Labor Law Poster lets you be in compliance with this law.
New York Correction Law
Those who have been convicted of a criminal offense are protected by law from discrimination in the workplace.
Unemployment Insurance (Regulations of the Industrial Commissioner, 472.2)
Employees must be covered by NY unemployment insurance, and must be made aware of the information on this poster so that they may either gain access to this insurance or file a complaint. Employees are also entitled to unemployment wages if they suddenly become unemployed through no fault of their own.
Workers Compensation (NY State Workers Compensation Law, 51)
This mandatory labor law poster gives information to employees regarding filing a claim for any injuries or illnesses that occur while on the job. The New York State and Federal All-In-One Labor Law Poster lets you be in compliance with this law.
Safety and Health Protection on the Job
Employers are required under the New York Occupational Safety and Health Act to provide employees with a workplace unplagued by health or safety hazards. The New York State and Federal All-In-One Labor Law Poster lets you be in compliance with this law.
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24" x 30"
$15.00 per hour
The minimum wage will continue to increase every year across New York State until it reaches $15.00 per hour on December 31st, 2020. Wage orders published by the Department of Labor can modify the minimum wage rate for workers in certain industries.
The state of New York has been on a recent push to make the state more business friendly with tax incentives and subsidies. This should make the state more attractive for businesses looking for a place to set up shop. New York also has very strict anti-discrimination and workers’ rights laws that are required to be displayed on the New York State labor law poster. These free digital posters are available from the New York State Department of Labor Websites. Certain posters must be displayed in all businesses, while others are just for certain industries or public projects. Below are tables with the posters and corresponding laws.
Contains minimum wage for respective counties and business sizes
Discrimination in Housing or Employment
New York Correction Law
Information on employment of persons previously convicted of a criminal offense
Notice to Employees
Federal Job and Safety Protection Poster
Notice of Compliance for Blue or white collar workers
Guidelines for Nursing Mothers
Regarding the right to express milk in the workplace
Beginning in 2018, the new New York Paid Family Leave poster will also need to be included on the New York State labor law poster.Industry or Job specific Posters:
Who Must Post
Fair Play Act
Construction Industry Posting
NY Job Safety and Health Poster
Prevailing Wage Rates
Public Work Projects
Public Work Project
Contractors and Subcontractors of public work contracts
New York’s minimum wage is based on company size and location of the business. Below is a table with the New York minimum wage for 2018 and the scheduled increases until 2020. The scheduled increase is part of the plan to raise the minimum wage to $15.00 per hour. Please note that Large Employers means 11 or more employees, and Small Employers refer to 10 employees or less.