Wage Statements

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California Expands Right to Cure Certain Claims Under PAGA

Assembly Bill 1506 grants relief to employers from frivolous actions under PAGA by allowing employers to cure certain alleged wage statement defects before an employee may recover PAGA penalties....more

A Cure for PAGA? At Least for Some Frivolous Wage Statement Claims

California employers had reason to celebrate over the weekend, as Governor Jerry Brown signed legislation to curb frivolous “PAGA” lawsuits alleging noncompliance with itemized wage statement requirements in California Labor...more

New California Law Allows Employers to Correct Wage Statements to Avoid Litigation—Review Your Wage Statements Now

On October 2, 2015, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law Assembly Bill 1506 (AB 1506). The new law amends the California Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) to allow employers the right to “cure” certain commonly litigated...more

North Carolina Tax Reform (2015 Edition)

North Carolina’s General Assembly is continuing the overhaul of the State’s tax system that it began in 2013. That year, the General Assembly slashed corporate and individual tax rates, eliminated many income tax deductions...more

Litigating California Wage & Hour and Labor Code Class Actions

We are excited to announce the 15th edition of Seyfarth Shaw’s publication Litigating California Wage & Hour and Labor Code Class Actions. As in previous editions, the publication discusses and analyzes the most commonly...more

California Court of Appeal Refuses to Enforce Forum Selection Clause Because Employer Would Not Stipulate to Apply California Law...

In Verdugo v. Alliantgroup, L.P., the California Court of Appeal held that a forum selection clause in an employment agreement was unenforceable because the employer could not prove that the employee’s rights under the...more

DOL Presents: The Ghost of Violations Past

On May 28, 2015, the Department of Labor (DOL) issued proposed guidance for President Obama's infamous Executive Order 13673 – "Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces" (the Order). Although the stated purpose of the Order is "to...more

Are Your Wage Statements Compliant Under Labor Code Section 226?

The California Labor Code is full of potential penalties for the unwary employer. The penalties arguably exist to ensure compliance by unscrupulous employers but often the penalties result in a windfall to employees for an...more

Paycheck Basics

Labor Code section 226 sets forth numerous requirements for itemized earnings statements. In particular, the statement or paycheck stub must include the following information...more

2013 US Labor and Employment Horizon

Overview - As a resource to our clients, the Labor, Employment and Workplace Safety team at K&L Gates has summarized major legislative changes and key cases affecting employers in 2013 in certain key states in which we...more

Employment Law Newsletter: February 2013

In this issue: -Inspection of Personnel Records (AB 2674) -Wage Statements (AB1744) -Disclosure of Social Media Passwords (AB 1844) -Criminal History Information Requirements (AB 2343) -Human...more

California Rings In 2013 With New Employment Laws

After the Mayans failed to predict the end of the world on December 21, 2012, it became apparent that California employers would have to comply with a string of new laws that take effect on January 1, 2013. Here is a summary...more

A New Year Brings New Compliance Obligations for Employers

As 2012 winds to a close, a look back at legal developments demonstrates that state legislatures were busy all year long. Every year, employers are inundated with new employment laws and regulations that impose new compliance...more

Social Media and Beyond: California Ushers in New Employment Laws for 2013

The California legislature was particularly busy this past session in enacting new laws that directly affect employers in 2013. The new laws address a wide variety of topics, including social media protections for employees;...more

Employment Law Reporter – November 2012

In This Issue: - When Social Media Becomes Anti-Social - SB1255: A New Law That Lacks Common Sense - Employees Given Greater Access to Personnel Records - New Law Halts Explicit Mutual Wage Agreements - Nursing...more

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