Labor Code section 226 requires that employers provide to employees semimonthly or at the time of each payment of wages, either as a detachable part of the check, or separately if wages are paid by personal check or cash, accurate itemized statements in writing. The Labor Code refers to these documents as “itemized statements”, but
itemized wage statements
Five myths about California employment law
This week’s Friday’s Five covers five misconceptions about California employment law that can land employers in a lot of hot water:
- Meal and rest breaks seem so trivial.
The topic for the uneducated (or out of state) employer does seem trivial. However, with the penalty owed to employees of one hour of pay for each…
Friday’s Five: Five Employment Law Considerations For 2016
Today’s Friday’s Five is a short video about five employment law considerations employers should review at the end of 2015. As mentioned in the video, I will be conducting a webinar on December 2, 2015 for employers to understand and comply with new employment laws taking effect in 2016. I will also discuss new…