Saturday, June 20, 2015

New York has just provide an important law Nail Salon

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Last month, a New York Times survey found the illegal working conditions and exploitation of many manicure in New York against. We were glad to see the Governor Andrew Cuomo act quickly by conducting surveys of need in nail salons. And now the state is to protect close to the implementation of the new legislation, the rights and safety of workers.

The bill will be operating a license, a crime punishable by imprisonment for life and thus the state to stop the pursuit of activities that violate the new rules. In addition, it is much easier to work for nail salon workers toward obtaining a license at a reasonable cost. It is found above to create a complete set of training requirements and the reduction of language barriers and costs manicure. The bill has already been approved by the Senate of the State of New York and Cuomo is expected to sign into law.

Once you do that, a worker without a license can register as an intern at a beauty salon and work legally as an apprentice under a workers made redundant, a boon for many people trying to find work in the industry, which were so vulnerable to exploitation. And the bill sets a limit on the fee of $ 20 or license renewal. Responds to health problems, including: The training program is to monitor the hygiene and proper infection and exhibitions will be required to provide gloves and masks. In addition, rooms can not prohibit their employees to meet these safety precautions.

"My parents were immigrants to this country, and small business owners. I know firsthand how important it is to protect them from dangerous working conditions vulnerable workers," Assemblywoman Aravella Simotas said. "This law puts employers on notice that the operator labor practices will not be tolerated in New York State."

For more information on nail salon can be found at:
• As a nail salon Select Ethics

• Governor Cuomo implemented new rules for nail salon workers in New York to protect
The New York Times examined hair and nails is worse than you think


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