Can an Employer Withhold a Final Paycheck?


A company cannot withhold an employee's final pay check or any kind of pay check for that matter. It is against the law to withhold anyone's pay check when they have already undertaken their duties.
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Employers may withhold wages if required to do so by state or federal laws. For example, employers typically withhold a percentage of each paycheck to forward to the Internal Revenue
They can only hold it until the next regularly scheduled pay period you would have gotten paid.
I am not an expert on OH wage law, but did a search of their site - not the easiest site to get info. from. From what I am able to ascertain, OH doesn't have a "final check"
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