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Recordkeeping Requirements

New York Employment Law Firm serving New York City, Long Island, Westchester, and Rockland

In New York State, all employers must furnish the following information to employees:

  • Paychecks
  • Pay-slip or check stub
  • Gross wages
  • Allowances
  • Net wages
  • Number of hours worked
  • Hourly rate of pay
  • Amounts of deductions or increases made for the pay period

In addition, every employer must keep a true and accurate record, for at least six years, of the amount paid each pay period to each employee, of the hours worked each day and each week by each employee. Furthermore, every employer must allow every employee the opportunity to inspect those records.

If you are being denied access to your pay records, or have not been receiving documentation of your pay, call the law firm of Neil H. Greenberg & Associates today at 1-866-546-4752 to schedule a free consultation. The firm’s team of skilled and experienced attorneys is waiting to answer your questions and to help you protect your legal rights.

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