Calif. Appeals Court Rejects Wage Statement Challenge

By Matthew Bultman (October 20, 2016, 6:05 PM EDT) -- California law does not require businesses to include the monetary value of accrued vacation or paid time off in wage statements until a payment is due at the end of a worker's employment, a state appeals court ruled Thursday, reaffirming a win for Motel 6 in a case brought by a former employee.

In a published decision, a three-judge panel for California's Fourth Appellate District upheld a lower court's judgment in favor of Motel 6 Operating L.P. after it was sued by former worker Lidia Soto in May 2015.

Soto had alleged the motel chain had violated the California Labor Code...

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