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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...

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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 ...

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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...

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SIMILAR ARTICLES

Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, employers can recoup overpaid wages by adjusting the employee's future paychecks without employee authorization, even if the adjustment results in a paycheck less than the minimum wage...

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Employers use employee payroll cards to issue paychecks for wages due to employees, and employees use these cards to make purchases or withdraw funds from the accounts set up by employers. Many employee payroll cards wor...

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California withholding and tax table rates provide the applicable taxes employers must deduct from employees' paychecks, according to the California Employment Development Department. California applies a personal income...

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The U.S. Department of Labor requires employers to pay employees for all hours worked, including all hours worked on a final paycheck. Separation of employment is not grounds for an employer withholding final pay.

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