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California Clothing Rules

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An employer cannot require that its employees purchase clothing from the employer. This does not preclude a business from requiring that a uniform be worn. If an employer requires a uniform, the employer must pay for its cost. Special and detailed rules apply if the employer wants security to ensure that the employee returns their uniform.

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Note - The rules relating to clothing and uniforms can be detailed and are often overlooked
  • Discussion of whether an employer can require that an employee make a deposit to cover the cost of their uniform

  • Who pays for general maintenance and cleaning of a uniform

  • What agreements an employer can require when uniforms are provided

  • Legal Research - Text of pertinent California statutes

  • Legal Research - Text of pertinent California Wage Orders

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