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  • CatBert
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    Originally posted by DAW View Post
    H*** no! Do not sign anything. File a wage claim with CA-DLSE if you are not paid in a timely manner. And there is no legal requirement that you sign anything.

    http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/FAQ_Paydays.htm
    Absolutely agree! If employers could do this, it would be done at every termination. File you claim and collect.

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  • DAW
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    Originally posted by Bjmn View Post
    I understand and Employee maybe required to sign a Release letter which acknowledges receipt of payment for wages at the time of termination. However...

    May an Employer compel an employee upon termination to sign a Release waiving any future claims against the Employer under CA Labor Laws or related court cases.

    Can they withold final wages if the employee refuses to sign such a Release?
    H*** no! Do not sign anything. File a wage claim with CA-DLSE if you are not paid in a timely manner. And there is no legal requirement that you sign anything.

    http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/FAQ_Paydays.htm

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  • Must Employee sign Termination Release barring future wage claims California

    I understand and Employee maybe required to sign a Release letter which acknowledges receipt of payment for wages at the time of termination. However...

    May an Employer compel an employee upon termination to sign a Release waiving any future claims against the Employer under CA Labor Laws or related court cases.

    Can they withold final wages if the employee refuses to sign such a Release?
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