A sweep of the restaurant industry for labor violations recently yield over $800,000 in fines for various labor law violations. Most of the fines were for lack of worker’s compensation insurance but also included failure to pay minimum wage or overtime.
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California requires all carwash and polishing businesses to be registered with the State governmental agency. The purpose of this requirement is to protect employees of car washes from under the table cash payments, child labor laws, and a lack of worker’s compensation insurance.
Recently the California Labor Commission file an action in the San Diego Superior Court to shut down a San Diego carwash for failing to register with the Labor Commissioner’s Office.
The Economic and Employment Coalition recently raided 21 garment industry businesses in Los Angeles county and cited 14 of them for several labor law violations including failures to pay the minimum wage and failure to to pay overtime. In total there was more than $183,600 in fines.