If you are an employer in California, you are likely well aware of Labor Code § 226 and the many items that our state requires to be on employee paystubs: gross wages, legal name of employer, inclusion dates for the pay period, etc. EMPLOYMENT REGULATION AND SUPERVISION [200 - 2699.5] ARTICLE 1. 2012, Ch. Any employer who violates subdivision (a) of Section 226 shall be subject to a civil penalty in the amount of two hundred fifty dollars ($250) per employee per violation in an initial citation and one thousand dollars ($1,000) â¦ (2010) 50 Cal.4th 1389.] Labor Code - LAB. 2011 California Code Labor Code DIVISION 2. (Labor Code § 226) Failure to adhere to all of Labor Code â¦ (e) For a provider of in-home supportive services under Section 14132.95, 14132.952, or 14132.956 of, or Article 7 (commencing with Section 12300) of Chapter 3 of Part 3 of Division 9 of, and an individual provider of waiver personal care services under Section 14132.97 of, the Welfare and Institutions Code, the term â¦ Information that must appear on these wage statements includes: 226.1. In the case of Murphy v. Cole, the California Supreme Court held that the remedy for meal and rest period violations of "one additional hour of pay" under Labor Code section 226.7 is a wage subject to a three-year statute of limitations. Code Civ. (Added by Stats. Section 226 of the California Labor Code requires employers to give employees an accurate itemized statement as a detachable part of their paychecks. General Occupations Section 226 [Cal. Labor Code - LAB. DIVISION 2. 2. Wage Statement Violations â Claims for penalties under Labor Code section 226 for violations of the itemized wage statement requirements must be filed within one year. Accordingly, a claim must be filed within three (3) years of the alleged meal period violation. Pursuant to California Labor Code 226 employers must provide each employee with an itemized written wage statement detailing specific information. EMPLOYMENT REGULATION AND SUPERVISION [200 - 2699.5] ... 226.3. California Labor Code Section 226.7 CA Labor Code § 226.7 (2017) (a) As used in this section, ârecovery periodâ means a cooldown period afforded an employee to prevent heat illness. For more detailed codes research information, including annotations and citations, please visit Westlaw . DIVISION 2. The requirements of item (9) of subdivision (a) of Section 226, with respect to a temporary services employer, do not apply to a security services company that is licensed by the Department of Consumer Affairs and that solely provides security services. In the event information is missing, the employee is entitled to penalties (discussed in further detail below). 844, Sec. EMPLOYMENT REGULATION AND SUPERVISION [200 - 2699.5] ... 205, and 205.5 do not apply to the payment of wages of employees directly employed by the State of California. [Cal. 340(a).] California Labor Code Section 226(e) provides that any employee who suffers injury as a result of a knowing and intentional failure by the employer to comply with its obligation to provide wage statements containing all of the information referenced above is entitled to recover the greater of his actual damages or $50 for the first â¦ Read this complete California Code, Labor Code - LAB § 226.8 on Westlaw FindLaw Codes are provided courtesy of Thomson Reuters Westlaw, the industry-leading online legal research system . (AB 1744) Effective January 1, â¦ Labor Code § 203; Pineda v. Bank of America, N.A. § Proc. California Labor Code Section 512 CA Labor Code § 512 (2017) (a) An employer may not employ an employee for a work period of more than five hours per day without providing the employee with a meal period of not less than 30 minutes, except that if the total work period per day of the employee is no more â¦ Except as provided in subdivision (b), all other employment is subject to these provisions.