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www.workplacefairness.org/unpaid-wages

My employer is not paying me the minimum wage. ... These laws may impose penalties on employers who do not comply with the law, and may even provide for ...

www.thebalance.com/what-is-my-legal-obligation-to-pay-employees-397929

Feb 28, 2017 ... Attorney Michael Helfand discusses the legal obligation of employers to pay employees, and what happens if employees are not paid.

lifehacker.com/5993754/what-should-i-do-if-my-employer-just-stops-paying-me

Apr 5, 2013 ... Whatever the situation, the important thing to know is that an employer failing to pay you wages for work you've performed is illegal.

www.theguardian.com/money/work-blog/2012/jun/28/your-rights-employers-dont-pay

Jun 28, 2012 ... A persistent failure to pay employees could be a signal a company is ... If your employer is a partnership or sole trader, then your options would ...

employment.findlaw.com/wages-and-benefits/payday-laws-overview.html

Employers don't have the luxury to pay their workers whenever or however they please -- they are bound by certain federal and state laws. If your paycheck is ...

work.chron.com/can-employer-late-paying-me-1486.html

If your employer fails to pay you final wages by the time mandated by the state, contact your state labor department for its policies on filing a wage claim.

employment-law.freeadvice.com/employment-law/wage_and_hour/rights_working.htm

When an employee performs work, an employer must pay the employee the full ... When an employer fails to pay as required, an employee can file a civil lawsuit ...

www.mom.gov.sg/faq/salary/my-employer-has-been-late-in-paying-my-salary-what-can-i-do

If your employer has been late in paying your salary, you can lodge a claim or seek advice. ... Can I ask my employer to help me save some of my salary?

www.citizensadvice.org.uk/work/rights-at-work/pay/problems-getting-paid

If you think your pay is wrong or you haven't been paid, the best thing you can do is talk to your employer to find out why. If you and your employer can't agree on ...