A wage statement (also known as a paystub) is more than a piece of paper. It can be the source of a lawsuit. California law contains very specific requirements for the information employers must put on employeesâ€™ wage statements, and imposes financial penalties on employers who don't follow those requirements.
Don't let your paystubs get you in trouble. Download CalChamber's free white paper to learn more, including:
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