ROCK HILL, SC / ACCESSWIRE / September 25, 2020 / The laws surrounding pay stubs and the information they are required to provide vary by state, but recently some states have added a new requirement to them: accrued time-off.
To date, there are only nine states where there are no laws requiring an employer to provide employees with their payment information. The consequences for failing to comply with state laws regarding pay stubs also differs by state, but there are potential financial consequences that accompany non-compliance. In addition, inaccurate record-keeping could expose your business to an audit by the Department of Labor.
When states add to the employer’s requirements for record-keeping and pay stub creation, it is important to stay up-to-date and compliant. Small businesses account for more than 99% of all the employer firms in the United States. Although a significant majority of these businesses were not created for