Question by  kev8 (22)

What should I do if my employer won't give me my paycheck?


Answer by  becki (229)

You should contact your state's department of labor. You are entitled to at least minimum wage for all hours worked and overtime pay for all hours worked over 40 hours If they are not paying you for hours worked, they are in violation of state and federal labor laws.


Answer by  Mable (3008)

Ask what is wrong. If you are at fault, fix the problem. If the company has no cash, say a prayer. If the boss is an idiot, report him.


Answer by  Betty0320 (734)

Unless there is pending litigation against you put forth by the employer, there is no legal reason to not give you a paycheck. You should threaten legal action.


Answer by  saravanan (91)

Go straight and meet your manager and explain that you din't receive your paycheck still. If the explanation is valid you can wait for some more time. If not file a case at court against the employer.


Answer by  scorpie (48)

For the record, to obtain a paycheck that is due you, try to ascertain why you don't have it. If to no avail, go to the nearest precinct, file a complaint. Off the record: Put your best foot forward aimed at his/her rear anatomy...!

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