What's In Your Wage Statements?

What's in your wage statements

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 employees’ 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:

  • Wage statement requirements
  • Paid sick leave notification
  • Penalties for noncompliance

About CalChamber

As a not-for-profit, CalChamber is a business advocate and expert HR compliance resource for California employers. Our legislative presence at the State Capitol means we know California employment laws inside and out. We monitor, analyze and report changes as they happen, turning our expertise into products and services that help businesses more easily understand and comply with complex laws and regulations.

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