I recently quit my job and I went to go pick up my check my check said $421 and they cashed it there in the office and they only gave me 2 71 dollarsmy boss said they took back my bonus because I quitbut my check was for $421they never tell us how many hours we workedI don't know how they decide to pay uscan he do that to me
All employers in California are required to provide each employee with an itemized pay stub so that the employee can easily tell what they are being paid. That includes the number of hours worked each week upon which the pay is based. As failure to do so is a violation of the California Labor Code. There can be penalties assessed against the employer for using a system that violates this law. You should contact an employment attorney right away to discuss this.
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