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Governor Brown Signs SB 1255

SB 1255 has been signed into law. Labor Code § 226 has teeth again, as SB 1255 restores and clarifies the itemized wage statement requirements of the Labor Code after several court decisions weakened the statute's worker protections. This bill provides that an employee is deemed to suffer injury if the employer fails to provide accurate and complete information and the employee cannot promptly and easily determine from the wage statement alone all of the information required by the statute: the amount of the gross or net wages paid to the employee during the pay period, deductions made from the gross wages to determine the net wages paid to the employee during the pay period, the name and address of the employer or legal entity that secured the services of the employer, and the name of the employee and only the last 4 digits of the social security number or employee identification number.

You can read the full text of the bill here in PDF.


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