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The Minimum Wage Poster is a New York minimum wage law poster provided for businesses by the New York Department Of Labor. This is a required poster for all New York employers, and any business that fails to post this notification may be subject to penalties or fines.

This is a state labor law poster enforced by the state Department of labor. It’s a mandatory post required of all employers within the state. It provides information about the prevailing rate of minimum wage payable to all covered employees within the state for every hour of service. The New York minimum wage poster highlights the rights of covered workers while also indicating responsibilities of employers within the state. The poster defines workers who qualify and or are exempted, including workers and employers, from the provisions of the state minimum pay law. It contains information about overtime pay and penalties for infraction. The poster also directs where and how to file a related claim. The poster must be correctly posted by covered employers at a conspicuous place where all workers can access. Failure to comply with the posting and law can and may attract fines and or sanctions.

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Attention  Miscellaneous 	
Industry  Employees	 	
Minimum  W age 	hourly 	rate	s effective  12/31/201	9 – 12/30/20	20	 	
New  Yor k  Cit y	 	
Large	 Employers  (	11 or  more	 employees)	 	 	Small  Employers  (	10  or less	 employees)	 	
Minimum Wage  	$1	5	.00	 	
Ove	rtime	 after  40  hours	 $22	.50	 	
 Tippe d w orkers	                             	 	
At  least	   $11	.35	 or $1	2.75 	
     	Overtime 	after  40  hours	   $18.85	 or 	$20	.25	  	
 	
Minimum Wage  	$1	5	.	0	0	 	
Overtime  after  40  hours	 $22.50 	
  Tippe d w orkers	                             	 	
At  least 	  $11.35	 or $	12.75	 	
     	Overtime  after  40 	hours	   $18.	85	 or 	$20.25	                                                             	    	
 	
Long  Island	 and	 	
W est chest er   Count y	 	
 	Remainder	 of	 	
New  Yor k  St at e	 	
Minimum Wage  	$1	3	.00	        	
Overtime  after  40  hours	 $19.50	 	
 Tippe d w orkers	            	 	
At  least 	    	$9.80	 or $	11.05	    	
   	Overtime  after  40  hours 	   $16.30	 or $	17.55	  	
Minimum Wage  	$1	1	.	8	0	 	
Overtime  after  40  hours  $	17.70	 	
  Tippe d w orkers	       	                      	 	
At  least	     $8.90	 or $	10.05	 	
Overtime  after  40 	hours      $1	4.80	 or  $1	5.95	 	
If  you  have  questions	, need 	more information 	or  want  to file  a complaint	, please  visit 	 	
ww	w.labo	r.ny.gov/m inimumw age	 or  call:	 1-888	-469	-73	65	. 	
Cre dits a nd Allowances 	that may reduce 	
your pay below the	 min	imum wage rates 	
shown above:	  	
• Tips	 – Your employer may use a	 limited 	
amount of your tips to reduce	 your	 wage	s.  	
This is called a tip credit.  Your employer 
may take a tip credit	 only 	if your 	tips plus 	
wages add up to 	at least	 the minimum 	
wage	.  They must s	till pay 	you 	at least the	 	
tipped	 wage	 rates shown above.	 	
• Me a ls a nd lodging 	– Your employer may 	
claim a	 limited amount	 of your wages	 for 	
meals 	and lodging that 	they	 provide to 	
yo	u, as long as 	they do not charge you 	
anything else	. The rates and requirements 	
are set forth in	 wage orders and 	
summaries	, which are	 available online.	 	
 	Ex tra  Pa y 	you may be owed in addition to the	 minimum wage 	
rates shown above:	 	
• Ove rtime	 – You must be paid 1½ 	times 	your	 regular rate of 	
pay (no less than amounts shown above) for weekl	y hours 	
over  40 (or 44 for residential employees). 	 	
Exceptions	: Overtime is not required for salaried 	
professionals, or for executives and administrative staff 
whose weekly salary is more tha	n 75 times the minimum 	
wage rate.	 	
• Ca ll	-in pay 	– If you go to work	 as scheduled and 	your 	
employer 	sends you home 	early, you may be entitled to 	extra 	
hours of pay 	at the minimum wage rate for that day.	 	
• Spre a d of hours 	– If your workday lasts longer than ten 	
hours, you may be entitled to 	extra	 daily	 pay. The daily rate is	 	
equal to one hour of pay at the minimum wage rate. 	 	
• Uniform maintenance 	– If you clean your own uniform, you 	
may be entitled to additional weekly 	pay	. The weekly rates 	
are available online.	 	
LS 207 	(12/19)         	             	 Mi ni m um  W age P os ter	      Pos	t in Plain  View

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