An employer cannot hold a final pay check for non-return of company equipment, according to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). Some states allow employers to deduct such costs from the final pay check, while others pro... More »

Legally, an employer can't withhold an employee's paycheck, according to Alison Green in a U.S. News & World Report article. Regardless of the employee's performance on the job or even if the employee made a very costly ... More »

Employers are not allowed to place long-term of indefinite holds on employees' paychecks. In most states, there are laws in place regulating how long employers have to compensate employees after they have worked hours. F... More »

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