- Minimum Wage*
- Time Off to Vote
- New York Correction Law (Criminal Conviction Records)
- Prohibited Retaliatory Action by Employers
- New York poster is 18″w x 24″h
- All-in-one New York & Federal poster is 36″w x 24″h
- Quality full-color printing
- Available in Spanish (Spanish posters may be released later than English posters by government agencies.)
- Available in laminated for durability or environmentally-friendly unlaminated Go Green
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Minimum Wage (February 2022)
- Effective December 31st, 2021, the minimum wage is set to
- $15.00/hour for employers in New York City,
- $15.00/hour in Long Island and Westchester County, and
- $13.20/hour for employers in the rest of the state.
- Publication date of 11/2021
- Available in English and Spanish
Prohibited Retaliatory Action by Employers (February 2022)
- Effective January 26th, 2022, employers are prohibited from retaliating against an employee who:
- Discloses or threatens to disclose law violations to a public body,
- Provides information to a public body during an investigation, and refuses to participate in any business activity.
- The notice provides definitions of various terms.
- Employees must make a good faith effort to notify the employer by bringing the activity to the attention of a supervisor.
- Employees should allow the employer a reasonable opportunity to correct the activity.
- Under certain circumstances, the requirement to provide notice is waived.
- Employees can participate in a civil action relating to a violation up to two years after the alleged event took place.
- The notice lists various reliefs for employees protected under the notice who are determined to have been retaliated against.
- A court may award fees to employers in cases where retaliation was found to not have occurred.
- The notice lists a publication requirement.
- Publication date of 2/2022
New York Mandatory Posting Requirements
New York employers must follow both federal and state labor law posting requirements. Below, we’ve summarized these requirements and offered a short explanation of the state-specific workplace posters.
Federal Posting Requirements for New York
New York employers are required to post the following federal labor law posters:
- Equal Employment Opportunity – EEO*
- Federal Minimum Wage Poster*
- Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Poster*
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Job Safety and Health Poster*
- Employee Polygraph Protection Act Poster*
- Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) Poster
New York-Specific Labor Law Posters
In addition to the federal labor law posters listed above, New York employers are also required to post the following mandatory state labor law posters. They must be displayed in a conspicuous and accessible place. Businesses that fail to post these notifications may be subject to penalties or fines.
- *New York Minimum Wage Poster: New York employers must post this labor law poster, titled Attention Miscellaneous Industry Employees, which describes employees’ rights to be paid the minimum wage and overtime pay. Currently, the minimum wage for employers in New York, New York City, Long Island, and Westchester County is $15.00 per hour. For the rest of the state, the minimum wage is $13.00 an hour as of December 31, 2021. The poster also describes requirements for tipped workers and explains the types of pay that employees may be entitled to under New York law.
- *New York Discrimination Notice: The New York State Human Rights Law prohibits discrimination and harassment based on race, creed, age, color, national origin, sexual orientation, military status, sex, pregnancy, gender identity or expression, disability, and marital status. As of February 8, 2020, all employers are covered by this law; previously, it was limited to employers with four or more employees). The poster explains this law and specifies that the law also prohibits discrimination based on religious practices, hairstyles associated with race, prior arrest or conviction record, genetic characteristics, familial status, pregnancy-related conditions, and domestic violence victim status. The law also extends to domestic workers, interns, and nonemployees, such as temporary or contract workers. The poster contains several other provisions and includes a Spanish translation.
- New York Correction Law Poster: Employers must post a copy of Article 23-A of the correction law relating to the employment of people with a criminal conviction. The law prohibits employers from discriminating against job applicants with a conviction unless there is a direct relationship between the criminal offense and the employment sought or unless the employment might post an unreasonable risk to individuals, the public, or property.
- New York Time Off to Vote Poster: This poster notifies New York employees that they may take up to 3 hours off from work to vote without loss of pay. The poster must be displayed at least 10 days before any election day.
- Prohibited Retaliatory Action by Employers Poster: This poster outlines the New York Labor Law § 740 which generally prohibits retaliation against any employee who discloses or threatens to disclose to a supervisor or a public body. An unlawful activity, policy, or practice that creates and presents a substantial and specific danger to the public health or safety, or which constitutes health care fraud.
The following notices are not on our poster but are required for employers to provide.
- New York Fringe Benefits and Hours: New York employers must post their policy on vacation, sick leave, personal leave, holidays, and hours. Instead of posting this information, employers have the option to provide this information in writing to every employee.
- New York Equal Pay Law: This poster clarifies that employers cannot pay employees differently based on their sex.
- New York Blood Donation Leave: This poster notifies employees that they are entitled to time off to donate blood: up to three hours per year at an off-premises location or twice per year at their place of employment.
- New York Unemployment Insurance Notice to Employees: All New York employers registered with the New York State Unemployment Insurance Division are required to post this notice. The notice explains that the employer is covered, provides the employer’s registration number, and describes how employees may file an application for unemployment insurance.
- New York Workers’ Compensation and Disability Benefits: The employer’s insurance carrier provides these posters. The workers’ compensation notice is white, and the disabilities notice is blue.
- New York No Smoking Policy: Under the New York State Clean Indoor Air Act, New York employers must post “No Smoking” signs or the international “No Smoking” symbol in every place where the act restricts or prohibits smoking. (This sign does not appear on our New York state poster. You can download it from our Free Specialty Labor Law Posters page.)
- New York Guidelines Regarding the Rights of Nursing Mothers to Express Breast Milk in the Workplace: New York employers must share information about the right of mothers to express breast milk after the birth of their child: they may post it, provide notice to individual employees, or publish the information in an employee handbook.
- New York Employment of Minors: Employers must create and post a work schedule for all minors that sets forth their hours of work.
- New York Electronic Monitoring: Employers involved in electronic monitoring must provide written notice upon hiring to employees subject to electronic monitoring.
Note that employers in various industries and public employers may have additional labor law posting requirements. Localities in New York may also have other required posters. Be sure to check out our local pages for additional details.
NOTE: Spanish posters may not include all notices published on the English poster and may vary from our standard 18″w x 24″h size since some states do not issue all notices in Spanish.
Employment posters must be posted in a conspicuous location.
Minimum Wage – Jan 2021
Time Off to Vote – May 2020
Discrimination – Jan 2020
Minimum Wage – Dec 2019
Time Off to Vote – Apr 2019
Minimum Wage – Jan 2019
Discrimination – Jan 2019
Minimum Wage – Jan 2018
Minimum Wage – Jan 2014
Discrimination – Jan 2014
Correction Law – Jan 2014
Time Off to Vote – Jan 2014
Workers’ Compensation – Jan 2014
Unemployment – Jan 2014
Smoking Sign – Jan 2014
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