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If you quit or resign with less than 72 hours notice to your employer, you may have to wait before you can get your final paycheck. An employer has 72 hours to provide final payment. You can also request the final payment by mail, with the date of mailing within 72 hours of quitting.
For example, California final paycheck law requires payment of wages within 72 hours or immediately if the employee gave at least 72 hours' notice. If the employee was terminated, payment is required immediately, and the employee can file a wage claim for every day they don't receive a check after time of separation.
Employers must complete, file electronically or by mail with the Social Security Administration (SSA), and furnish to their employees Form W-2, Wage and Tax StatementPDF showing the wages paid and taxes withheld for the year for each employee.
What can I do? A. You can either file a wage claim with the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (the Labor Commissioner's Office), or bring an action in court against your former employer to recover the wages if they are still due you, and to claim the waiting time penalty.
There is no legal requirement under California law that employers provide severance pay to an employee upon termination of employment. Employees should refer to their employer's policy with respect to severance pay.

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Under section 203, if an employer willfully fails to timely pay final wages to an employee after termination or resignation, the employee is entitled to a penalty in the amount of a day's wages for each day the wages remain unpaid, up to a maximum of 30 days.
The 2022 Form W-2 was not substantially changed from the draft issued Dec. 17. Forms W-3, Transmittal of Wage and Tax Statements, and W-3SS, Transmittal of Wage and Tax Statements, also were released for 2022. The 2022 employer instructions for the forms have not been released.
Under California employment law, departing employees are entitled to receive their final paycheck almost immediately. Employees who quit must receive their final paycheck within 72 hours of giving notice that they're leaving. Employees who are fired must be paid on the same day as termination.

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