Smart Steps Toward Compliance with New Commission Salesperson Law in New York
Complinet
December 13, 2007
The article discusses Section 191 (c) of the New York Labor Law, which requires employers to document all compensation arrangements they have with certain commission salespersons. The new law also requires employers who currently have written commission plans to have the written agreements signed by both parties and kept on file for a minimum of three years.

The article outlines specific steps employers should take when reviewing or drafting their Section 191 (c) agreements.