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  • LConnell
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    Texas

    While Texas is not as "employee friendly" as some states, it does require payment of employees on a regular basis. Information about filing for unpaid wages may be found at: http://www.twc.state.tx.us/ui/lablaw/wageclaim.pdf

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  • lizachang
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    We are in Texas.

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  • LConnell
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    Owed Wages

    What state are you in?

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  • lizachang
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    What should we do know?

    Starting in February, my husband is working as a hourly contractor for a very small company. When he first start the job, he asked the company owner if he can give him a formal offer letter. The owner said it is not necessary, and he will paid the salary 2 weeks a time. So far, the owner have not paid any salary yet. When my husband asked him, he said that the comany is going to close and he will pay my husand after all the projects are done.

    I am starting worried. Since the company is owned by the father and the only employees are his son and my husband. If he refuse to pay, there is no evidence to proof that how long my husband has been worked there, although he filled in the timesheet everyday.

    What should we do? Many thanks.
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