What You Need to Know
February 2023
  • 1099-G Tax Form Update: By the end of January, New Yorkers who received unemployment benefits in 2022 will receive a copy of their 1099-G in the mail unless you opted out of having the form mailed. All New Yorkers who received unemployment benefits in 2022 can now view and print their 1099-G tax forms on our website. For more information about the form, visit our 1099-G webpage.

  • Gender Wage Gap Hearings: The New York State Department of Labor (NYSDOL) announced a series of gender wage gap hearings to solicit feedback that will shape a 2023 report and policy recommendations. New Yorkers are encouraged to attend NYSDOL’s in-person public hearings to receive input from workers, worker representatives, employers, academics, and other stakeholders regarding the impact of COVID-19 on women in the workforce and the gender wage gap. Register to Attend and/or Provide Testimony

  • PROPOSED 2023 SEXUAL HARASSMENT PREVENTION MODEL POLICY: New York has developed an even stronger Model Sexual Harassment Prevention Policy thanks to valuable feedback from workers, employers and the public. The proposed comprehensive policy is now available for review and final feedback during a 30 day comment period beginning January 12, 2023 and ending February 11, 2023.  View the Revised Policy and Provide Comments

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