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can an employer hold entire check

 
Julia
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12/26/2012 10:22 PM
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can an employer hold entire check
i work at a hotel sad thing is i became homeless durin that time so i asked if i could stay in a room till i could save enough to get an apartment, but it's been almost 3 months and i haven't gotten paid at all and if i ask for money i have to pay it back i get nothing and on top of that he is chargeing me by the day and at full price, i had to get a second job just to have some way to feed my kids and he asks for money from that pay check as well. im not in the system and there is nothing that states i owe him or have a room here is this legal? can he keep doing this to me?verysad
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12/26/2012 10:48 PM
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Re: can an employer hold entire check
no i pretty sure he cant do that
Anonymous Coward
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12/26/2012 10:53 PM
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Re: can an employer hold entire check
Do you earn more than what you being charged for a room?
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12/26/2012 11:03 PM
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Re: can an employer hold entire check
Whatever is in the contract or agreement is binding. No contract or agreement, then you are owed pay, interest caulk it up to owner offered out of gratitude, (tips). See your local labor board and ask how you should handle this. Good luck.
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12/26/2012 11:57 PM
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Re: can an employer hold entire check
If you've put in the work, he has to pay.
At least in Canada he does.

The government will chase after him in a court case, if your side is legit.

If he doesn't like the quality of the work, he can still fire
you, and possibly sue you back over poor workmanship, but that's a whole other topic.

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