Civil Penalty for Garment Manufacturers Who Do Not Display Information on Front Entrance of Business

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Existing law requires garment manufacturers to be registered with the State of California. Registered garment manufacturers are required to display their name, address, and garment manufacturing registration number on the front entrance of their business. AB 1384, to be added to the Labor Code as Section 2676.55, provides a civil penalty for garment manufacturers who fail to display this required information in the amount of: (1) $100 for each calendar day that the person engages in garment manufacturing without complying, as an initial citation; and (2) $200 for each calendar day that the person engages in garment manufacturing without complying, as a subsequent citation.

Topics:  Manufacturers, Registration

Published In: General Business Updates, Labor & Employment Updates

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