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  • DAW
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    Originally posted by Pattymd View Post
    ... check the employee's signature against something he's already signed
    Say the back of a prior check previously cashed. That is a hard one for the employee to argue with.

    But past that, agreed, SELL DIRECT DEPOSIT! Checks are evil.

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  • CatBert
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    I absolutely agree with Patty!

    Having something on file is vital to avoid the "I never said that" claim from the employee.

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  • Pattymd
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    There is no law addresssing this situation. As a payroll professional for many years, I can tell you that best practice is that you have the employee's written authorization to release his check to a certain named individual, for the paycheck in question ONLY, check the employee's signature against something he's already signed, and check the ID of the person picking it up.

    And if you offer direct deposit, now is the time to push it. Maybe include a direct deposit authorization form with this paycheck.

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  • bte manager
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    Pay check Michigan

    If one of our employee is sick. Who can legal pick up their check. Can we only give it to the employee or can we give it to a spouse or child. Do we need to have written permission to give the check to someone else.
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