Table of Contents
- 1 How would you respond if company has not paid you salary for last 2 months?
- 2 What can you do if your employer hasn’t paid you?
- 3 What happens when employers don’t pay on time?
- 4 Can my employer withhold my pay if I quit without notice?
- 5 Does a company have to pay you if you quit?
- 6 How long can an employer hold your check if you quit?
How would you respond if company has not paid you salary for last 2 months?
If an employer doesn’t pay up your salary, you can approach the labour commissioner. They will help you to reconcile this matter and if no solution is reached labour commissioner will hand over this matter to the court whereby a case against your employer may be pursued.
What can you do if your employer hasn’t paid you?
Contact your employer (preferably in writing) and ask for the wages owed to you. If your employer refuses to do so, consider filing a claim with your state’s labor agency. File a suit in small claims court or superior court for the amount owed.
What happens when employers don’t pay on time?
If an employer fails to pay their employees’ wages as required by law, they are subject to a civil penalty in the following amounts: First Violation. For any initial violation, the employer must pay $100 for each failure to pay each employee. 54.
Can my employer withhold my pay if I quit without notice?
You are entitled to be paid your wages for the hours you worked up to the date you quit your job. In general, it is unlawful to withhold pay (for example holiday pay) from workers who do not work their full notice unless a clear written term in the employment contract allows the employer to make deductions from pay.
Does a company have to pay you if you quit?
As noted in #5 above, California requires that your employer pay all of your final wages no later than 72 hours after quit, or at the time you quit if you gave 72 hour advance notice of quitting.
How long can an employer hold your check if you quit?
within 72 hours
Employees who quit must receive their final paycheck within 72 hours of giving notice that they’re leaving. Employees who are fired must be paid on the same day as termination. California final paycheck laws require that the final paycheck include all wages and business expenses that the employee is owed.