New Hampshire’s July 29 Changes

Effective July 29, 2018, New Hampshire will enforce two new payroll-related measures.

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What You Need To Know

Previously, wages to employees had to be paid at regular intervals not to exceed 14 days. Now, employees who are paid weekly within eight days after the end of a work week and employees who are paid biweekly must receive wages within 15 days after the end of the work week. The exception to this is when the labor commissioner authorizes wages to be paid less frequently on regular, scheduled paydays.  

The second measure involves recreation and youth camp workers, who will now be included in the category of workers who are exempt from New Hampshire’s day-of-rest and Sunday work requirements.

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