DLSE - What does DLSE stand for? The Free Dictionary
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This bill authorizes the Labor Commissioner, upon finding "reasonable cause" to believe a violation has or is occurring, to petition a superior court for injunctive relief (e.g., potentially, prohibiting discipline or requiring reinstatement) while a claim or investigation with the DLSE
Locker as stating that "the DLSE
us[ed] its subpoena power to obtain statewide employee records for [an employer's] workforce of 30,000 California employees, based only on its belief that the employer had committed Labor Code violations throughout its many California locations." (AOB at p.
(revealing her concern that by its failing to enforce the prevailing wage law, the DLSE
in effect was allowed to escape possible liability through the court's ruling).
order came out on December 21, 2015 or only four days after the hearing, but the employer appealed the DLSE
A revised "Notice to Employee" form is available on the DLSE
determines who would be covered by the case and notifies them of the action and their right to recover.