Improper Wage Statements

An employer is required to provide California employees with regular written wage statements that accurately state, among other things: (1) gross and net wages earned; (2) total hours worked; (3) all deductions; (4) the dates of the pay period; (5) the name of the employee and either an employee identification number or the last four digits of social security number; (6) the name and legal address of the employer; and (7) all applicable hourly rates and the corresponding number of hours worked at each hourly rate. Cal. Lab. Code § 226(a).  If the employer fails to provide a proper and accurate wage statement, the employee can sue for substantial damages and penalties under various Labor Code provisions, including sections 226(e)(1) and 226.3 of the California Labor Code.

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