California Labor Code Section 2673
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2673. Every employer engaged in the business of garment
manufacturing shall keep accurate records for three years which show
all of the following:
(a) The names and addresses of all garment workers directly
employed by such person.
(b) The hours worked daily by employees, including the times the
employees begin and end each work period.
(c) The daily production sheets, including piece rates.
(d) The wage and wage rates paid each payroll period.
(e) The contract worksheets indicating the price per unit agreed
to between the contractor and manufacturer.
(f) The ages of all minor employees.
(g) Any other conditions of employment.
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Last modified: March 17, 2014