New York Minimum Wage Increase
The Minimum Wage for New York increased to 8/hr as of January 1st 2014, if you have found that your wages have not adjusted accordingly, feel free to contact us and we’ll help you correct that violation.
WNYCOSH provides worker safety and health training to thousands of workers in the Western New York area covering a wide range of topics on how to identify, evaluate and control hazards they are exposed to on the job.
The Worker Center provides workers with the tools and information they need to defend their workplace rights, fight for dignity at work and improve their conditions on the job.
Healthcare workers experience some of the highest workplace injury rates in the U.S. with overexertion as the leading cause. NYS healthcare workers suffer more overexertion injuries than laborers and freight, stock and material movers.