New York Labor And Employment Law Report

New York Labor And Employment Law Report

Tag Archives: New York State Department of Labor

NYSDOL Regulations Regarding Payment of Wages by Debit Card and Direct Deposit Have Been Revoked

Posted in New York Law, Wage and Hour
In a decision issued yesterday, the New York State Industrial Board of Appeals (IBA) revoked the regulations regarding payment of wages by debit card and direct deposit.  While the full decision is available here, the upshot is that the IBA concluded that the Commissioner exceeded his “rulemaking authority and encroached upon the jurisdiction of the banking… Continue Reading

It’s Official — New York’s Salary Threshold for the Executive and Administrative Exemptions Is Increasing — THIS WEEK

Posted in New York Law, Wage and Hour
As expected, this morning, the New York State Department of Labor published its final rule increasing the salary threshold applicable to exempt executive and administrative employees in New York State. While the ultimate fate of the USDOL’s regulations remains unclear, New York employers now know that the salary threshold applicable to exempt executive and administrative… Continue Reading

New York State DOL Issues Regulations on Payroll Debit Cards

Posted in New York Law
On September 7, 2016, the New York State Department of Labor adopted regulations governing the payment of employee wages by any method other than cash or check, including direct deposit and payroll debit cards.  The purpose of the new rules, which will become effective on March 7, 2017, is to ensure that workers who are paid… Continue Reading