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§  512.  Employer.    1. "Employer" includes the state of New York and  other governmental entities and any Indian tribe as defined  in  section  five  hundred  sixty-six  of  this  article and any person, partnership,  firm, association, public or private, domestic or  foreign  corporation,  the  legal  representatives  of  a  deceased  person,  or  the receiver,  trustee, or successor  of  a  person,  partnership,  firm,  association,  public or private, domestic or foreign corporation.    2.  For  purposes  of  this  article, the term "employer" includes the  non-profit organization or governmental entity designated as liable  for  contributions   under   this  article  for  all  services  performed  by  individuals who are enrolled participants in a summer  youth  employment  program conducted and funded pursuant to title II, part B of the Federal  Job  Training  Partnership Act. The designation shall be made in writing  by the administrative entity for the service delivery  area  established  pursuant  to  said  federal  act  in  which  the summer youth employment  program is operated, and shall become effective  upon  filing  with  the  commissioner.    3.  For  the purpose of complying with the requirements of the federal  personal responsibility and work opportunity reconciliation act,  public  law 104-193, the term "labor organizations" shall have the meaning given  such  term  in  section two (5) of the national labor relations act, and  includes any entity (also known as a "hiring hall") which is used by the  organization and any employer to carry out requirements of an  agreement  between  the  organization  and  the employer described in section eight  (f)(3) of such act.   Such "labor  organizations"  shall  be  considered  employers  for  the  purpose of submitting information to the "statewide  wage reporting system" as provided in section one hundred  seventy-one-a  of the tax law.

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§  512.  Employer.    1. "Employer" includes the state of New York and  other governmental entities and any Indian tribe as defined  in  section  five  hundred  sixty-six  of  this  article and any person, partnership,  firm, association, public or private, domestic or  foreign  corporation,  the  legal  representatives  of  a  deceased  person,  or  the receiver,  trustee, or successor  of  a  person,  partnership,  firm,  association,  public or private, domestic or foreign corporation.    2.  For  purposes  of  this  article, the term "employer" includes the  non-profit organization or governmental entity designated as liable  for  contributions   under   this  article  for  all  services  performed  by  individuals who are enrolled participants in a summer  youth  employment  program conducted and funded pursuant to title II, part B of the Federal  Job  Training  Partnership Act. The designation shall be made in writing  by the administrative entity for the service delivery  area  established  pursuant  to  said  federal  act  in  which  the summer youth employment  program is operated, and shall become effective  upon  filing  with  the  commissioner.    3.  For  the purpose of complying with the requirements of the federal  personal responsibility and work opportunity reconciliation act,  public  law 104-193, the term "labor organizations" shall have the meaning given  such  term  in  section two (5) of the national labor relations act, and  includes any entity (also known as a "hiring hall") which is used by the  organization and any employer to carry out requirements of an  agreement  between  the  organization  and  the employer described in section eight  (f)(3) of such act.   Such "labor  organizations"  shall  be  considered  employers  for  the  purpose of submitting information to the "statewide  wage reporting system" as provided in section one hundred  seventy-one-a  of the tax law.

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Statutes > New-york > Lab > Article-18 > Title-2 > 512

§  512.  Employer.    1. "Employer" includes the state of New York and  other governmental entities and any Indian tribe as defined  in  section  five  hundred  sixty-six  of  this  article and any person, partnership,  firm, association, public or private, domestic or  foreign  corporation,  the  legal  representatives  of  a  deceased  person,  or  the receiver,  trustee, or successor  of  a  person,  partnership,  firm,  association,  public or private, domestic or foreign corporation.    2.  For  purposes  of  this  article, the term "employer" includes the  non-profit organization or governmental entity designated as liable  for  contributions   under   this  article  for  all  services  performed  by  individuals who are enrolled participants in a summer  youth  employment  program conducted and funded pursuant to title II, part B of the Federal  Job  Training  Partnership Act. The designation shall be made in writing  by the administrative entity for the service delivery  area  established  pursuant  to  said  federal  act  in  which  the summer youth employment  program is operated, and shall become effective  upon  filing  with  the  commissioner.    3.  For  the purpose of complying with the requirements of the federal  personal responsibility and work opportunity reconciliation act,  public  law 104-193, the term "labor organizations" shall have the meaning given  such  term  in  section two (5) of the national labor relations act, and  includes any entity (also known as a "hiring hall") which is used by the  organization and any employer to carry out requirements of an  agreement  between  the  organization  and  the employer described in section eight  (f)(3) of such act.   Such "labor  organizations"  shall  be  considered  employers  for  the  purpose of submitting information to the "statewide  wage reporting system" as provided in section one hundred  seventy-one-a  of the tax law.

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