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California Bill To Give Employees The Right To Inspect Payroll Records

AB 115 would give current and former employees the right to inspect payroll records, says LA employment lawyer Eric Grover.

05/08/2013 // Los Angeles, CA, USA // Keller Grover LLP // Eric Grover // (Blog)

California lawmakers are considering a bill that would give current and former employees the right to inspect and receive copies of their payroll records. This is a bill that must be passed, as it only further protects employees who may be taken advantage of by their employers, says LA employment lawyer Eric Grover. This could be an employees’ first line of defense to make sure they don’t become the victims of wage theft or other wage-related violations by their employer.

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Address: 1150 South Olive Street Suite 200M, Los Angeles, California 90015
Phone: 213-493-6345
Url: San Francisco employment lawyer | Los Angeles employment attorney

A bill that was ratified by a California State Assembly committee earlier this week would firm up an employee’s — or a former employee’s — right to inspect and be given copies of her or his payroll records. The bill, AB 155, was introduced in January by Assemblyman Luis Alejo, D-Watsonville. Following a hearing it was ratified by all five Democrats on the Assembly’s Labor and Employment Committee Wednesday, a spokesperson for Alejo said on Thursday, March 21.

WORKPLACE: Bill would guarantee access to payroll data



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California Bill To Give Employees The Right To Inspect Payroll Records

AB 115 would give current and former employees the right to inspect payroll records, says LA employment lawyer Eric Grover.

05/08/2013 // Los Angeles, CA, USA // Keller Grover LLP // Eric Grover // (Blog)

California lawmakers are considering a bill that would give current and former employees the right to inspect and receive copies of their payroll records. This is a bill that must be passed, as it only further protects employees who may be taken advantage of by their employers, says LA employment lawyer Eric Grover. This could be an employees’ first line of defense to make sure they don’t become the victims of wage theft or other wage-related violations by their employer.

Media Information:

Address: 1150 South Olive Street Suite 200M, Los Angeles, California 90015
Phone: 213-493-6345
Url: San Francisco employment lawyer | Los Angeles employment attorney

A bill that was ratified by a California State Assembly committee earlier this week would firm up an employee’s — or a former employee’s — right to inspect and be given copies of her or his payroll records. The bill, AB 155, was introduced in January by Assemblyman Luis Alejo, D-Watsonville. Following a hearing it was ratified by all five Democrats on the Assembly’s Labor and Employment Committee Wednesday, a spokesperson for Alejo said on Thursday, March 21.

WORKPLACE: Bill would guarantee access to payroll data



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