Minimum wage is going up again come the first of the year.
Minimum wage in New York state will be $11.10 per hour, which is up from $10.40.
In New York City, it will reach $15 an hour.
The governor's office has launched a Wage Theft Hotline for workers to report employers not complying with the increase.
The number to call is 1-888-463-1365.
There are minimum wage increases planned for each year through 2020.
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