Payment of Wages

Section 275:49

    275:49 Notification, Posting, and Records. –
Every employer shall:
I. Notify the employees, at the time of hiring of the rate of pay, and of the day and place of payment;
II. Notify his or her employees of any changes in the arrangements specified above prior to the time of such changes, provided however that there shall be no penalty for failure to provide notification to an employee concerning changes to the minimum hourly rate pursuant to RSA 279:21;
III. Make available to his or her employees in writing or through a posted notice maintained in a place accessible to his or her employees employment practices and policies with regard to vacation pay, sick leave, and other fringe benefits;
IV. Furnish each employee with a statement of deductions made from his or her wages under RSA 275:48 for each pay period such deductions are made;
V. Keep posted in a place accessible to his or her employees an abstract of this subdivision furnished by the commissioner which shall include information about the criteria for classifying an employee as an employee or as an independent contractor;
VI. Make such records of the persons employed by him or her, including wage and hour records, preserve such records for 3 years, and make such reports therefrom to the commissioner, as are required in statute for the enforcement of the provisions of this subdivision; and
VII. Post and make available to his or her employees the following: "It is illegal in New Hampshire under both state and federal law to pay employees different wages for the same work based solely on sex. If you think that your employer has violated this provision, please contact the New Hampshire Department of Labor." This notice shall also include the address, phone number, and email address of department personnel to be contacted with complaints under this subdivision, as well as an Internet link to RSA 275:37.

Source. 1935, 69:3. RL 212:40. RSA 275:49. 1963, 237:3. 2007, 135:1, eff. Aug. 17, 2007. 2014, 227:7, eff. Jan. 1, 2015. 2018, 312:4, 5, eff. June 25, 2018.