Final Paychecks: How Employers Can Avoid Wait-Time Penalty Claims in California

Posted by Ryan Stygar | Feb 23, 2021 | 0 Comments

Employers must pay discharged employees their earned but unpaid wages immediately upon dismissal. Discharging employers do not have the right to mail final paychecks without employee authorization, force employees to sign releases in exchange for their wages, or send wages for payment via normal payroll procedures. These labor laws apply whether the employee was laid off or terminated for cause.

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