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§  14. Reports of compensation plan. Each employer who shall sign with  any employee a consent to the plan shall, within thirty days thereafter,  file with the industrial commission a statement thereof, signed by  such  employer,  which  shall  show  (a)  the  name  of  the  employer and his  post-office address, (b) the name of the employee  and  his  last  known  post-office  address,  (c)  the  date  of, and office where the original  consent is filed, (d) the weekly wage of the employee at  the  time  the  consent  is signed; unless such statement is duly filed, such consent of  the employee shall not be a bar to any proceeding at  law  commenced  by  the employee against the employer.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Eml > Article-2 > 14

§  14. Reports of compensation plan. Each employer who shall sign with  any employee a consent to the plan shall, within thirty days thereafter,  file with the industrial commission a statement thereof, signed by  such  employer,  which  shall  show  (a)  the  name  of  the  employer and his  post-office address, (b) the name of the employee  and  his  last  known  post-office  address,  (c)  the  date  of, and office where the original  consent is filed, (d) the weekly wage of the employee at  the  time  the  consent  is signed; unless such statement is duly filed, such consent of  the employee shall not be a bar to any proceeding at  law  commenced  by  the employee against the employer.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > New-york > Eml > Article-2 > 14

§  14. Reports of compensation plan. Each employer who shall sign with  any employee a consent to the plan shall, within thirty days thereafter,  file with the industrial commission a statement thereof, signed by  such  employer,  which  shall  show  (a)  the  name  of  the  employer and his  post-office address, (b) the name of the employee  and  his  last  known  post-office  address,  (c)  the  date  of, and office where the original  consent is filed, (d) the weekly wage of the employee at  the  time  the  consent  is signed; unless such statement is duly filed, such consent of  the employee shall not be a bar to any proceeding at  law  commenced  by  the employee against the employer.

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