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The New York State Senate Passes Bill Eliminating the Annual Pay Notice Requirement Under the New Wage Theft Prevention Act
Quick update on the New York Wage Theft Prevention Act, which we reported about here, here and here. The New York Senate has passed a bill eliminating the requirement that employers provide their employees with an annual pay notice. The bill now goes to the New York State Assembly. We will report back after it votes.
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