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    In florida, if im fired from a job do i have to turn in company keys before i recieve my last check?

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    This is complicated. The short answer is that there is no relation between these two situations. You are required to hand in the keys, period, no exceptions, no matter what you employer does or does not do. The employer is required to pay out the final check in a "timely" manner irrespective of getting their keys back. It is possible for the employer to deduct the "cost" of the keys from the final check as long as minimum wage rules are not violated.

    Having said that, the State of Florida does not care if you get paid. They have no DOL. FL is maybe the most anti-employee state in the country. If you do not get paid, your primary recourse is small claims court. The one venue where your holding back the keys makes you the bad guy, not the employer.

    Hand in the keys NOW. You are hurting no one but yourself by keeping the keys. If the employer still does not pay you, go to small claims court. But you want to make sure that before you take the employer to court, that they are bad guy, not you.
    "Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away".
    Philip K. **** (1928-1982)

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      Why would you want to hold the keys? Just turn them in & get your check.
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