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California Labor Commissioner Recovers $282,000 for Wage Citations

California Labor Commissioner Recovers $282,000 for Wage Citations New lien authority assists in recovery of money for employees not paid for all time worked The Labor Commissioner’s Office recovered more than $282,000 for wage theft violations affecting 22 car wash workers in Long Beach, who were not paid for the...

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NEW PAY TRANSPARENCY LAW

NEW PAY TRANSPARENCY LAW There is another new law in California effective January 1, 2023 – the wage transparency law under Labor Code 432.3, which requires employers of 15 or more employees to include the pay scale in job postings, and for all employers to provide this information upon request....

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Employers: Do You Know About PAGA? You Should.

Employers:  Do You Know About PAGA?  You Should. California’s Private Attorney’s General Act (“PAGA”) authorizes aggrieved employees to file lawsuits to recover civil penalties on behalf of themselves, other employees, and the State of California for Labor Code violations.  The result can be like a mini class action lawsuit against...

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Reminder to California Employers: Vacation

Reminder to California Employers:  Vacation Unlike meal breaks, rest breaks and sick time, California employers do not have to give employees vacation time and if an employer does decide to provide that benefit, there is no specified amount of time required.  But, if the employer does provide this benefit, it...

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