The New York State Department of Labor has opted not to implement the new proposed call-in regulations.

This means the law on call-in pay in New York remains the same:  an employee who reports for work at her employer’s request or with her employer’s permission must be paid the lesser of four hours at minimum wage or the number of hours in the regularly-scheduled shift at minimum wage.

Employers are urged to consult with their legal counsel if they have questions about whether their existing practices are compliant. Call The Coppola Firm anytime – we’re always happy to help.