Business lobbies make Wage Theft Act a focus for 2014

Albany Business Review staff writer Krystle S. Morey takes a look at an issue that is on the legislative agendas of most business groups in the state, including The Business Council, but that is not part of the agenda laid out this month in Governor Cuomo’s State of the State or Executive Budget message—repeal of a notification provision in the Wage Theft Prevention Act that costs employers $50 million a year. Morey writes, “Employers are reallocating time, money and staff resources in order to comply with the act, which went into effect in April 2011.”

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