In general, all workers in New York have the same labor rights, regardless of their immigration status. This flyer includes important information on: Minimum Wage, Overtime, Workers’ Compensation, Discrimination, Retaliation, and How to Claim Your Rights.
En general, todos los trabajadores en el estado de Nueva York tienen los mismos derechos laborales, sin importar su estatus migratorio. Este folleto incluye información importante sobre: Salario, mínimo, “Overtime” Sobre Tiempo, Compensación Obrera, Discriminación, Represalias, & Como defender sus derechos
It is very important to keep track of you work activity. We recommend that you keep records of the employer and your work schedule.
Es muy importante mantener cuenta de su actividad laboral. Recomendamos que mantenga registro del empleador y el horario de trabajo.
Farmworkers are some of our nation’s most vital workers, as their labor enables us to enjoy high quality, low-cost, fresh fruits and vegetables all year round. Despite farmworkers’ economic and cultural contributions to the communities where they live and work, they continue to be the some of the lowest paid, least protected, and unhealthiest workers in the United States.
The Worker Justice Center of New York (WJCNY), the Finger Lakes Occupational Health Services (FLOHS) of the University of Rochester Medical Center and Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations (ILR), Extension Division present this observational needs assessment for dairy workers in New York.