In an ongoing effort to provide the most comprehensive production management resources available, Media Services has published a sample CA WTPA Form for employers to use in order to be in compliance with the new California Wage Theft Prevention Act. This PDF form is free to everyone – no registration required.
As detailed in a previous post, as of January 1, California Labor Code Section 2810.5 requires employers to provide each non-exempt employee at the time of hire with a written notice indicating rate or rates of pay, basis for pay rate (e.g. per hour, shift, day, week, piece, etc), regular pay day and other information. Employees working under a collective bargaining agreement are not covered under the legislation, provided they earn at least 30% more than the state’s minimum wage.
Media Services will provide its payroll clients with printed triplicate notice forms, free of charge. In addition, the company is holding its second live webinar on the subject January 10 at 11am PST/ 2pm EST. Register here to reserve your spot.