What California Pay Stubs Must Include

What California Pay Stubs Must Include

California law requires employers to give employees an itemized written statement with every paycheck. This statement, which can be in the form of a detachable pay stub or a separate document, must include the following information:
– the total gross wages the employee earned during the pay period
– the total hours the employee worked during the pay period
– the number of units and rate for any piece-work the employee performed
– all deductions from the employee's pay
– the employee's net pay
– the dates included in the pay period
– the employee's name and the last four digits of the employee's Social Security number
– the employer's full name and address, and
– all hourly rates in effect during the pay period and the number of hours the employee worked at each rate.

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