Toll Free: 949.422.9520
Toll Free: 949.422.9520
Cart 0
NY Building Service Industry Wage Ordinance (Bilingual)

NY Building Service Industry Wage Ordinance (Bilingual)

Regular price $ 4.95 $ 0.00

State, Federal, & OSHA Compliant  Updated Notices   Lowest Price

The New York State Department of Labor requires a Summary of Wage Order Rates and Allowances be posted next to the Minimum Wage poster. Industry Wage Order Rates and Allowances apply to specific industries and govern wages, hours and conditions and limitations for that industry. 

The New York Department of Labor’s building service industry minimum wage order sets forth the regulations that control the payment of wages to persons employed in the building service industry. The wage order applies to employees working in both residential and commercial buildings, and defines the building service industry to include “any person, corporation or establishment engaged in whole or in part in renting, servicing, cleaning, maintaining, selling or managing buildings or building space and all occupations, operations and services in connection therewith or incidental thereto.” 

Note: We recommend posting labor law posters in Spanish and English if more than 10% of your workplace speaks Spanish as a primary language. In the following states, it is a mandatory requirement: AZ, CA, FL, GA, NM, NY, and TX.

Features

  • Poster size 11” x 17”
  • Bilingual: English and Spanish
  • Quality printing in full color
  • Attorney Approved
  • Made in USA
  • Poster content is guaranteed to be up-to-date

•  Attorney Approved
•  Fine Colored Prints
•  Made in USA

Be HASSLE-FREE from re-ordering labor law posters everytime there is a new update! 

We offer compliance compliance shield plan to provide long term coverage at your convenience.

Automatically receive a new poster when there are changes or new notice updates within the year that you are covered

 

Simply choose your Compliance Shield Plan below language options when purchasing your posters.

+1 year +2 years, or +3 years