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Article 1. Enforcement of Industrial Homework Act
(a) Industrial homeworkers shall keep an accurate count of the hours they work daily, and shall record said hours required in the handbook furnished by the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement. The homeworker shall submit regularly to the employer all information regarding hours worked which are required for his (her) records.
(b) The record keeping required of an employer of industrial homeworkers shall include an accurate recording of the hours worked during the pay roll period as reported by each industrial homeworker, and these hours shall be posted to the same record as wages. Industrial homeworkers shall be designated as such on the pay roll records.
NOTE: Authority cited: Section 2666, Labor Code. Reference: Section 2665, Labor Code.
1. Repealer of former Section 13601, and renumbering and amendment of Section 13602 to Section 13601 filed 5-27-87; operative 6-26-87 (Register 87, No. 24). For prior history, see Register 84, No. 23.
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