With some limited exceptions, employers must pay their employees, on a weekly or biweekly basis, all wages earned within seven days of the particular pay period. There are exceptions to this general rule. For example, a commissioned salesperson shall be paid no less than once in each month.
If the employment ends, the employer shall pay the employee no later than the regular payday. The term “wages” includes all vacation time earned under the employer’s written or oral policy. Employees who quit can be paid their wages as late as the next regular payday.
If your previous employer did not pay you full wages through your date of termination, call the law firm of Neil H. Greenberg & Associates today at 1-866-546-4752 to schedule a free consultation. The firm’s team of skilled and experienced attorneys are waiting to answer your questions and to help you protect your legal rights.