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I was supposed to receive my pay on March 10th and yet have not is this illegal?

1 Answers. Asked on Mar 14th, 2016 on Labor and Employment - Indiana
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I was with this company for a short time due to unprofessional environment I quit! Was supposed to receive pay on the 10th of march did not receive it I called the supervisor she said she doesn't know why I didnt get paid so I contacted the district manager and asked him in email he also says he doesn't know and would call me the following day to discuss it and he did not I don't think I will get paid at all?
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Answered on Mar 16th, 2016 at 7:09 AM

 Dear Anonymous,

 

A failure to timely pay earned wages violates the minimum wage and overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act and the Indiana Wage Payment Statute (Indiana Code §22-2-5-1).  Violation of these Wage statutes can hold your employer liable for the unpaid wages, liquidated damages doubling the unpaid wages and attorney’s fees (Indiana Code §22-2-5-2).

For more information, visit my website here.

 

Good luck,

 

Chip Clark

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