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    Hi all, I will briefly describe my problem. I have left my previous employer in mid December where I worked as a full-time employee for years. At the time, my employer was not able to pay for my last two pay periods due to cash situation. In my resignation letter I had stated the pay periods for which I am willing to wait until January, but no later then end of January 08. I send it to both CEO and the HR. I got a reply from the head of the HR department stating that my paychecks will be mailed to me. Couple of days ago I had emailed HR to get an idea as to when they will be mailing my checks, but received no reply. Is there any legal way to collect my paychecks?

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    Yes, you can file a complaint of unpaid wages with the DLI.
    The above answer, whatever it is, assumes that no legally binding and enforceable contract or CBA says otherwise. If it does, then the terms of the contract or CBA apply.

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