Employer's Good Faith Axes Paystub Fine, Calif. Justices Rule

By Lauren Berg (May 6, 2024, 7:43 PM EDT) -- The California Supreme Court on Monday held that if an employer had a good faith belief it was providing complete and accurate wage statements to its employees, it has not knowingly and intentionally violated state labor law, meaning workers cannot recover civil penalties offered for intentional violations of wage statement requirements....

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