May 7, 2004  




Change to SLAC Pay Stubs

Beginning on May 22, your Social Security Number (SSN) will be printed on your paycheck stubs and direct deposit statements. The California Labor Code, Section 226, lists nine elements that must appear on paychecks and this includes the SSN.

The Office of the Labor Commissioner confirms that even with the increasing risk of identity theft, the law stands. To help reduce the identity theft risk, SLAC Payroll will only print the last four digits of your direct deposit account number (to help you identify the account).

Please exercise extra care in the disposal of your pay stubs and deposit statements since they will contain this personal information.

Contact: Marty Sorensen, Ext. 4240,



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Last update Tuesday May 04, 2004 by Emily Ball