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I just wanted some information on labor laws. I am an hourly employee in California and according to what I understand about California labor code 204, employers have only so long to pay for hours worked. For example, the paycheck I just received on 4-30-01 covered overtime hours dating back as far as 3-25-01. Also, they have shorted my paycheck due to a computer error and they tell me just to wait until my next check. I just wondered about your thoughts on this. I would prefer not to mention the employer, but they are one of the 10 largest corporations in the United States. Thanks

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