N.Y. Economic Development Law Section 442
Eligibility criteria


In order to participate in the employee training incentive program, a business entity must satisfy the following criteria:

1.

(a) The business entity must operate in the state predominantly in a strategic industry;

(b)

The business entity must demonstrate that it is conducting eligible training or obtaining eligible training from an approved provider;

(c)

The business entity must make a significant capital investment in connection with the eligible training; and

(d)

The business entity must be in compliance with all worker protection and environmental laws and regulations. In addition, the business entity may not owe past due state taxes or local property taxes; or

2.

(a) The business entity, or an approved provider in contract with such business entity, must be approved by the commissioner to provide eligible training in the form of an internship program in advanced technology or at a life sciences company pursuant to paragraph (b) of subdivision three of § 441 (Definitions)section four hundred forty-one of this article;

(b)

The business entity must be located in the state;

(c)

The business entity must be in compliance with all worker protection and environmental laws and regulations. In addition, the business entity must not have past due state taxes or local property taxes;

(d)

The internship program shall not displace regular employees;

(e)

The business entity must have less than one hundred employees; and

(f)

Participation of an individual in an internship program shall not last more than a total of twelve months.

Source: Section 442 — Eligibility criteria, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/COM/442 (updated Apr. 19, 2019; accessed Jun. 15, 2024).

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Last modified:
Apr. 19, 2019

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