New Hawaii law imposes new pay stub, record-keeping requirements

December 11, 2013 0 COMMENTS

by Paul Saito

A new law designed to help the state quickly determine whether employers are paying workers properly goes into effect January 1.

Under the new law, Hawaii employers will be required to provide employees with additional information on all pay stubs and payroll records and maintain payroll records on company premises.

During each pay period, Hawaii employers are required to provide nonexempt employees a pay stub, in either written or electronic form, that explains the hours worked and the gross and net amount of their pay. Beginning January 1, pay stubs must contain the following information: read more…