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    I work for a small personal care home as a caregiver of the elderly. All employees received a raise. New owner's say it was a mistake made by payroll personal, now it is being taken off of us and coming out of our next paycheck. New owner told all employees of this and gave no choices about paying it back. My wage is between $6.50 - $9.00 an hour. My paycheck is what I live off of. Can this be done?
    Last edited by 1burner; 01-20-2005, 03:25 PM.

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    Yes, it can in Pennsylvania. According to Pennsylvania law, "In addition, adjustments to the deductions and allowances shall be made known to the employee prior to the making of the adjustments" It doesn't say anything about agreement to the deduction by the employee.
    Lillian Connell

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      i'm new to the forum, thanks for getting the answer for me so quickly.

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