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Frequently asked questions about michigan payday

  • The law for the state of Michigan clearly states that if you work and quit then you are still entitled to your paycheck. They don't have to pay it the day you quit but by the next payday, you should receive it in the mail or pick it, depending on how the company does termination paydays. If they refuse. you need to call the Labor Board
  • Under federal law, you must be paid all back pay on the pay day following your departure from your company. It has nothing to do with how you left your job. Some states will require that you be paid within 72 hours of leaving, others do not. If your previous employer is withholding your final pay because you quit without notice, that is a violation of federal law and you can file a complaint under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
  • By law the employer has 72 hours to issue the final check after you have given notice of quitting. Each state has their own laws in which the amount of time they have to wait in order they send out a final check. Usually it is 30 dys. But you may want to look up Michigan state employment laws.
  • Your business employer has to pay you for the time you worked. We, even inspite of the shown fact that, do not would desire to hearken to you whine approximately how difficult your existence is. we actually do not care. the undeniable fact which you're stealing out of your roommate basically makes you a basic thief. The emergency room visits and the emergency bypass to with the shrink basically potential which you do not plan nicely. look interior the reflect and notice in case you may spot the moron. - Stuart
  • Heck no! I think it is ridiculous that you have to "always" give 2 weeks notice on a job when a company can lay you off without notice. There is no way I would stand for that. Call your local unemployment office for verification. That just doesn't sound right.
  • Only for up to 72 hours after your check was issued and only if you have something that belongs to them such as a uniform or other items provided by them. In order to hold it more than 3 days, they must file a lawsuit against you.
  • I'm not sure about Michigan, but in Wisconsin, it's against the law...so I don't really think that it's okay to do that wherever you live.
  • No if you work you still get paid for services rendered.
  • absolutely not. you should get your paycheck from them within a few days of quiting.
  • I work for a medical facility in Michigan. We have recently gone paperless. We have the option to pick up our paystub on payday but if not picked up it will be thrown away. I work 3 jobs and dont work at the facility on Fridays. I dont have time to go and pick it up and dont feel confortable having someone elae pick it up for me. Is this legal? I feel that they should hold on to it until I am able to pick them up. It is not offered online. Please help?
  • Why not see if you can have it put in a sealed envelope for a colleague to pick up? Have you asked if they would hold it for you as a courtesy for a few days? If the office has gone paperless, they still have a record of it somewhere and should be able to print out a new one on request. If you get absolutely no cooperation from your payroll department, talk to someone in HR. If you still have problems, call your state department of labor--they should be able to advise you whether you have a right to the pay stub. Seems to me that you should, but I don't know of authority for that off the top of my head.
  • I quit. Was going through a lot with a family member getting very sick so I did no calls no shows. I live in michigan and I was wondering do I have to wait til their paydate to get my last check or can they issue me one. Bc when I worked for walmart and quit they issued my last check right away & I didn't have to wait til their payday. So with best buy do I? Has anyone worked for them before? Can they just issue my last check now?
  • Michigan law simply requires that last pay be paid at the next payday for both voluntary and involuntary separations (Quit and Fired). The employer is free to pay early if they want to but I wouldn't plan on them paying you before the next payday.
  • Laws vary by state, but most places your check has to be ready by the next regular payday. IN MI, it's the next regular payday.
  • different states might have different rules, but they have to pay you within three days after you quit.
  • I recently started working at McDonalds and I must have spaced out during orientation when the manage started talking about payday(I know, Most people start paying attention when they talk about money)... I don't want to ask because that will make me sound greedy :/ Please helpp(: Of and if it helps, I work in Pennsylvani.
  • I worked at a McDonald's in SE Michigan and we got paid every Thursday. But the McDonald's a few miles from us got paid every other Thursday, so I assume most locations have different pay periods especially if they are privately owned. Your best bet is to ask your manager, or a fellow coworker if you are more comfortable. You could also look over any papers you got at orientation because that might tell you as well.
  • When Is Mcdonalds Payday
  • For Credit and finance solutions I visit this website where you can find all the solutions. http://your-finance.us/index.html?src=la... RE :When is payday at McDonalds? I recently started working at McDonalds and I must have spaced out during orientation when the manage started talking about payday(I know, Most people start paying attention when they talk about money)... I don't want to ask because that will make me sound greedy :/ Please helpp(: Of and if it helps, I work in Pennsylvani. Follow 4 answers
  • Depends on the McDonalds you work at. It is normal to ask, it doesn't make you seem greedy. Also you need to know if you will get a check during that pay period or not. Some companies don't pay you until the next time around, they say it takes that long to get all your stuff processed through "payroll" because payroll has to do a lot of stuff before the checks get to the employees. But you will get paid everything for everything you worked!
  • When i worked at McDonalds i got paid on a Thursday every other week :)
  • Odds are your first paycheque won't happen for 3 weeks - reckoning on the suitable cutoff dates. the staff getting paid Friday are being paid for the two weeks previous to the day you began. Bonus answer: clock in and then pass see the administrative that's there and tell them it is your 2d day.
  • Ummmm, you DO know they're franchises, right? Each store is different.
  • I work for a landscaping company in Michigan and when I was hired, I was told I was a salaried employee making $350 per week regardless of whether or not I work. There was a week where my boss did not have me work(I called to find out where to go, and he told me not to work that week with no mention of pay cut). Now that payday has come up, he is claiming he changed me from salary to hourly because I only worked 1 day in the pay period, and only paid me for 1 day. Shouldn't I still get a salary because at the time I did the work, he told me I was salaried? Also, he has not been paying on time. He has established that he pays every 2 weeks on a Friday. Well payday came up and he told us he couldn't pay us because the apartment complex hadn't paid him. Doesn't he have to pay us anyway, regardless of who paid him? My last question is about a W-4. I haven't filled one out yet, but my boss wants me to, he just hasn't gotten around to it yet. So even though I haven't filled out any tax paperwork, he deducted taxes from my paycheck, and did not give me a check stub for it. It was a paycheck written from the company account, with no accompanying stub. Am I supposed to take taxes out if I haven't filled out a W-4? Is there anything I can do about this situation? Please help, I feel like I am getting screwed over working for this guy. Thanks.
  • if you noticed, I said he agreed to pay me WHETHER OR NOT I WORKED. He specifically said, salary is great, because I pay it to you even if you only work 1-2 days for a week. So what I'm objecting to is the fact that I worked for the past 2 weeks for him being told I'm on a salary(I've been working there for a month and a half total) but then when payday comes around AFTER I did the work, he changed his mind and said I was actually an hourly worker for the past 2 weeks. I know he can legally change me from salary to hourly if he wants, but doesn't he have to tell me first?? Also, the not being paid... my landscaping crew is just 1 of many more crews he has operating. He is getting paid from multiple contracts each week, so he has the money to pay us, even if the specific complex we worked at didn't pay.
  • I think that in Michigan you will want to contact the Michigan Labor Relations Board. It looks very much as if your employer is not paying his employment taxes or keeping proper records. And definitely you should have filled out the W-4 BEFORE you started working. Apparently you have not worked very long, since you are talking about only one pay period having come up. If he is not paying the taxes properly, that means also that he is not paying into your Social Security account, and that would affect your SS earnings record, which would in turn affect your future SS payments. You are definitely entitled to a record of your pay and deductions. It isn't a matter of SHOULD DO, but he MUST by law provide that information each payday. If you were working as an independent contractor, it would be different, but the circumstances you mention suggest strongly that you are an employee. If you were an independent contractor, then yes, you would have to handle all tax matters for your pay. You should really talk to the proper authorities so that you are in the clear and so that your records are up to date and so that your SS and income tax accounts are properly credited. Unless you can get things straight and guaranteed with this employer, it might be time to find more secure employment. ADDED: In Wisconsin ANY EMPLOYEE can be paid by salary as long as he/she receives at least minimum wage and provision is made for overtime pay. Certain employees doing administrative, executive, or professional work can be EXEMPTED from the overtime provisions. Michigan laws are similar, so you should talk to the proper authorities to get the specific information for your state.
  • Actually you are getting screw by this guy. First, you must have proof of what he is paying for, an example, tax deductions, if he is deducting money out of your pay, then you should have proof, that is the reason of the pay-stub. Now, there is something that is called work contract. This means that the both of you had an agreement, people believe that a work contract is a contract stating how long you would work for the company, this is wrong, it means what kind of job I'll be doing for the payment, how many hours, if there is any break involve, how many days a week, etc... You said that he promised you a salary of $350 a week, as long as you work this promise must stand, but if there is no work, how the hell you expect to get pay? It's like being off of work and still getting pay, there is no way pal. And if he got a good excuse, like he is not getting a lot of work lately, he can change your payment from salary to hourly. Think about it, maybe he doesn't want you any more. But about the pay-stub, you can report him. I almost forgot, it don't matter what kind of problem he have, if he wants to keep his employees, he got to pay on time, he shouldn't have to wait for his tenants to pay the rents in order to pay you guys, that is not your problems. Report him and look for another job.
  • Your employer can not make you "salaried" as he pleases. To be on salary you would have to make at least twice the minimum wage of your state times 40 hours a week. You go figure it out... On top of that Salary is reserved for certain professions and working for a landscaping company and doing gardening work really doesn't qualify for "salary". You need to talk to your local Labor Board.... and find a new employer.
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