In California, employers are required to provide information on each paycheck, such as each employee’s hourly rate, hours worked, gross pay, and tax deductions. If your employer did not provide accurate information on your pay stub, your employer may be ordered to pay $100 per violation of the law, up to a total of $4,000.

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