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SETTING UP BUSINESS IN CALIFORNIA: A GUIDE FOR INVESTORS

SETTING UP BUSINESS IN CALIFORNIA: A GUIDE FOR INVESTORS

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The Industrial Welfare Commission regulates wages and hours of non-exempt
employees in California through wage orders. Each of the 17 wage orders is
specific to the industry or occupation it covers. Within each wage order, an
employer will find regulations on such things as:

• Hours and days of work
• Minimum wages
• Reporting time paid
• Licenses for disabled workers
• Record retention
• Cash shortage and breakage
• Meals and lodging
• Meal periods
• Rest periods

The 17 wage orders include details for the following industries and occupations:

1) Manufacturing
2) Personal Services
3) Canning, freezing and preserving
4) Professional, technical, clerical, mechanical and similar occupations
5) Public housekeeping
6) Laundry, linen supply, dry cleaning and dyeing
7) Mercantile

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8) Industries handling products after harvest
9) Transportation
10) Amusement and recreation
11) Broadcasting
12) Motion picture
13) Industries preparing agricultural products for market, on the farm
14) Agricultural operations
15) Household services
16) Certain On-Site Occupations in the Construction, Drilling, Logging and
Mining Industries
17) Miscellaneous Employees

More information on each wage order may be obtained through the Department’s
website at: http://www.dir.ca.gov/IWC/WageOrderIndustries.htm.

Wage order postings for any of the industries and occupations listed above may
be obtained free of charge through the Department of Industrial Relations
website at: http://www.dir.ca.gov/WP.asp.

If you need more than five copies of any posting, or have questions about
required postings, contact the Department by e-mail, phone or fax at:

Department of Industrial Relations
Tel: (415) 703-5070; Fax: (415) 703-5074
E-mail: Posting@dir.ca.gov

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