Wage Statement Violations Need Not Be Intentional to Recover PAGA Penalties

SHRM Article ImageAn employee’s claim for civil penalties under the California Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA) alleging an employer’s failure to list required information on itemized wage statements can proceed to trial—even though the employer claimed it did not know it was violating the law, the California Court of Appeal ruled.

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