New York State’s minimum wage will increase on December 31. Don’t be caught off-guard!
Minimum Wage Increase
Beginning December 31, 2013, New York State’s minimum wage will increase in a series of three annual changes as follows:
$8.00 on 12/31/13
$8.75 on 12/31/14
$9.00 on 12/31/15
See the updated posters, summary rate sheets and FAQs. Check back frequently for other updates as the increases take effect.
The Division of Labor Standards enforces minimum wage standards for farm workers. After a review of the application provided, we issue a certificate of registration to migrant farm labor contractors, growers and food processors that bring migrant farm labor into the State. We enforce compliance with the conditions set forth in the registration. We also issue permits to labor camp commissaries.
The Minimum Wage Order for Farm Workers applies only to farm workers employed on farms where the total cash remuneration paid all persons employed on the farm exceeded $3,000 in the previous calendar year.
The Minimum Wage Order for Farm Workers provides that all workers, with certain exceptions, must be paid at least $8.75 per hour. This does not include:
The wage order permits employers to deduct specified allowances from the minimum wage for:
Payments in kind must cost no more than the farm market value.
Employers must post these items in a conspicuous place in their establishment:
That charges a fee to:
The Grower or Processor that uses the contractor's services must countersign this Certificate of Registration.
Farm Labor Camp Commissaries Permit (open in a new window)(LS 113.1) - Any person who operates a Farm Labor Camp Commissary must first get a permit before starting operation.
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