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Posting Requirements

New York State Posting Requirements (Non-Agricultural)

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Poster

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Construction Industry Fair Play Act New York State Labor Law

Construction industry employers must post a notice about the Fair Play Act on the job site.

Workers must be able to see and access the posting.

Construction Industry Fair Play Act

Criminal Convictions Records

New York State Labor Law
Use of correctional records for employment.
As of February 1, 2009, employers must post a copy of Article 23-A of the correction law relating to the employment of people with a criminal conviction.
Workers must be able to see and access the posting.

Download a copy of Article 23-A

Discrimination New York State Human Rights Law (Executive Law, Article 15) Discrimination based on Race, Creed, Age, Color, Disability, National Origin, Sex or Marital Status is Prohibited... (in English and Spanish)

New York State Division of Human Rights
1-718-741-8459

 

Minimum Wage New York State Labor Law

On December 31, 2014, New York State's minimum wage will increase to $8.75 per hour.  New posters will be available for printing on 12/31/14.  A summary listing of rates for all industries can be found on our forms page.  If you have questions, please review our Frequently Asked Questions. If you need additional assistance or to file a complaint, please call: 1-888-4NYSDOL (469-7365).

Attention Employees Minimum Wage Information (in English and Spanish combined).

Every employer engaged in the sale or service of food or beverages must post BOTH of the following:

LS 605 - Deductions from Wages (Section 193 of the NYS Labor Law).

LS 204 Tip Appropriation (Section 196-d of the NYS Labor Law).

New York State Department of Labor, Division of Labor Standards

Minimum Wage poster

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Safety & Health* New York State Labor Law

Job Safety & Health Protection

Same as federal requirement.

Public employers must post You have a right to know!

New York State Department of Labor, Division of Safety & Health Public Employees Job Safety & Health Protection Poster

Public Work / Prevailing Wage Rates

New York State Labor Law Article 8

The current Prevailing Rate Schedule must be:

  • Posted on the site of the public work project where workers can see and access it
  • Encased in, or made of, weatherproof materials 
  • Titled "PREVAILING RATE OF WAGES" in letters at least  2" x 2"
Department of Jurisdiction (Contracting Agency)

Public Work Project

New York State Labor Law Article 8

NYS Labor Law requires contractors and subcontractors to post a notice that includes:

  • The telephone number and address for the Department of Labor
  • A statement informing laborers, workers or mechanics of their right to contact the Department of Labor if he/she is not receiving the proper prevailing rate of wages and/or supplements for his/her particular job classification.

They must post this notice at the start of every public work contract on each job site. 

New York State Department of Labor, Bureau of Public WorkPublic Work Project Poster

Unemployment Insurance

New York State Unemployment Insurance Law Notice to Employees (IA 133) New York State Department of Labor,
Registration Subsection
State Office Building Campus
Albany, NY 12240-0339
Phone: (518) 485-8589
Fax: (518) 485-8010
Workers' Compensation and Disability Benefits New York State Workers' Compensation Law Notice of Compliance (White) for Workers' Compensation
Notice of Compliance (Blue) For Disability Benefits
Supplied by employer's insurance carrier.
Smoking New York State Clean Indoor Air Act Employers must post No Smoking signs or the international No Smoking symbol in every place where the act prohibits or restricts smoking. For more information on the Clean Indoor Air Act call 402-7600 or 1-800-458-1158 X27600.

* Employers must keep a "Log and Summary of Occupational Injuries and Illnesses". They must post the Summary page (OSHA Form 300A), as required by OSHA, in the workplace on February 1. They must keep the Summary posted for three months. Private Employers can obtain forms from OSHA. Public employers should contact the Division of Safety and Health.

Federal Posting Requirements

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