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    I work for a large company and was recently out on maternity leave. My employer paid the difference between SDI and my salary. I later find out by a call from HR that I was overpaid. I was only suppose to be paid until a certain point but for some reason was still paid the difference between SDI and my salary. I was ask by HR to fax my SDI statments, which I did and that was the last I heard. Upon my return to work, my first week back my employer took ALL my pay without ANY notification or advance warning.

    I still haven't been informed of the amount due. I get paid weekly and have no idea what is going to happen to my next check. Is it legal for a company to take all your pay without notifiing me? What can I do? Or what do you suggest I do.

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    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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