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  • I was part-time now full-time and haven't been paid in 6 weeks

    Hi,
    I have been working for my employer for over 1 year now as a part-time employee and in September I was made full-time. I have not received a paystub or a direct deposit since I was made full-time. No one knows why this is happening and so no one is doing anything about this. It has been over 6 weeks now and they still haven't found the answer to this problem. I have to fight every two weeks to get my pay and every time I ask they act like it hasn't happened before and I have to fight even harder for them to send a wire transfer and they aren't taking out the proper deductions for my benefits. Do I have a case? What can I do to get paid properly and to get my paystub and direct deposit going normally again?

    Thank you.

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    You can file a complaint with the DOL of your unnamed state.
    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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      Thank you for you reply, the state is North Carolina.

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        N.C. wage complaint:

        http://www.nclabor.com/wh/fact%20she...ecomplaint.htm
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