|Update Applicable to:
|All employers regardless of size with at least 1 worker in New York City.
|March 1, 2024 – Commissioner must provide on city’s website Notice of Workers Right relevant under Federal, State and City law applicable. See details. July 1, 2024 – Employer must provide on or before and employees first day of work and in an area accessible and visible to employees (regardless of immigration status).
On December 3, 2023, the New York City Council passed a bill requiring the Department of Consumer and Worker Production (DCWP), in coordination with the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA), the New York City Commission on Human Rights, and community and labor organizations selected by the commissioner of DCWP, to publish a workers’ bill of rights on the City’s website. The bill was returned unsigned by the mayor without a veto.
What are the details?
For the bill of rights:
Employers will be required by July 1, 2024, to:
At present, it does not appear that employers are required to provide the bill of rights to independent contractors.
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