New statewide laws incentivize businesses to hire veterans and raises minimum wage

New York will be starting the New Year with a series of laws that will affect businesses and their employees

By fios1news.com

The New Year is already bringing changes to New York’s laws that will affect workers, businesses, and drivers. Several new laws affecting minimum wage, health insurance and a number of other important matters are going into effect.

Fast food workers will see a slight increase in their paychecks as wages go up to $10 from $9 an hour. Statewide minimum wage in New York is going up to $9.70 an hour – that’s an increase from just $9.

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