Janitorial Service Providers and Contractors
The Property Services Workers Protection Act is a law that requires all janitorial employers to:
- Register yearly with the Labor Commissioner’s Office beginning July 1, 2018
- Provide employees sexual harassment prevention training once every two years beginning January 1, 2019
Who must register?
Every employer with one or more employees and one or more covered workers who provide janitorial services must register with the Labor Commissioner beginning July 1, 2018.
Required Registration Fees:
To register, employers must complete the online registration application and pay a $500 one-time application fee and a $500 registration fee due annually.
Record Keeping Requirements:
Every employer must keep detailed records for three years that includes the following information:
- The names and addresses of all employees who perform janitorial or cleaning services.
- The hours worked daily by each employee, including the times the employee begins and ends each work period.
- The wage and hourly rate paid each payroll period.
- The age of all minor employees.
- Any other conditions of employment.
- California Labor Code Sections 1420 to 1434 – Property Services Workers Protection Act
- Department of Fair Employment and Housing Sexual Harassment pamphlet (DFEH 185)
Questions? Email the janitorial service provider and contractor registration unit: firstname.lastname@example.org
Labor Commissioner's Office