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Congress seals agreement on COVID relief, government funding
WASHINGTON (AP) — Top Capitol Hill negotiators sealed a deal Sunday on an almost $1 trillion COVID-19 economic relief package, finally delivering […]
New York State Department of Labor Announces $15 Minimum Wage Phase-in to Continue as Report Shows New York State Labor Markets Recovering from Global Pandemic
New NY law requires employers to give sick leave to all workers; here’s what you need to know….click here
Exactly 35 years ago this month, I was unemployed. I had just relocated back to South Florida after a stint working in a glue and caulking factory in the Midwest. I realized early in my glue and caulking career that I wasn’t cutout for assembly line work.
Eventually, I found a job […]
Tipped wage eliminated? These employers say they have to pay above minimum wage anyway
By Liz Young – Reporter, Albany Business Review
Stephen Weekes runs a chain of car washes in the Albany area, but he won’t be affected by the governor’s decision to eliminate a lower minimum wage […]
Talks Over Some New York State Bills Stretch Into New Year
A minimum-wage bill for ‘carwasheros’ and the creation of a special high school in Syracuse are among the stalled measures
Jimmy VielkindDec. 29, 2019 7:00 pm ET
The fate of 11 bills that the New York state Legislature passed earlier this year isn’t […]
TIP CREDIT Update (1/19)
The New York State Department of Labor (DOL) has still not decided whether or not to eliminate or change the sub-minimum wage for tipped workers.
Under New York law, tipped workers can be paid less than minimum wage by employers who must make up the difference if it is not covered […]
Proposed Call-In PAY REGULATIONS Update (3/19)
March 1, 2019
As you should know, the New York State Car Wash Association, (NYSCWA) along with many other businesses as well as The Business Council of New York State, have been fighting […]