California Pay Stub Violations Lawyers
To ensure compliance with labor laws, California employers are required to provide certain information on each and every pay stub issued to employees. When a pay stub does not have the necessary information, an employee may not be aware of possible wage and hour violations. If your employer engages in pay stub violations, contact our attorneys at Setareh Law Group for more information about your rights.
Required Pay Stub Information
California labor laws require the following critical information to be on each and every pay statement to employees:
- The beginning and end dates for the pay period
- Total hours worked
- Gross wages earned for the pay period
- Net wages earned
- All deductions subtracted from the gross wages
- The employee’s name
- The name and address of the employer
When an employer fails to provide the necessary information – or fails to provide a pay stub at all – the employee can seek damages for every pay period they were denied the required information about their wages.
Learn How Our California Pay Stub Violations Lawyers Can Assist You
If you receive inadequate pay stubs, you should speak with a California pay stub violations attorney at Setareh Law Group. Call (877) 777-3774 or contact us online for a free case evaluation today.