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let go for attendance. shown that due to schedule changes, was charged wrong. did not receive all final pay & vacation balance. Can anything be done?

1 Answers. Asked on Oct 06th, 2017 on Labor and Employment - Indiana
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I am 48 yrs old in a facility that is almost all 20-30 yrs old. They do attendance points. My direct supervisor changes scheduled times with me verbally. These are some of the points against me. I had verbal contract with former Executive Director(ED) to go to 0 points wasn't upheld in February. I know favoritism to men that get to continue employment. I know men got paid better starting wages. I showed new ED how I was pointed wrong and unfairly. She won't listen because of favoritism to friend I had words with. I did not receive final pay check that was supposed to be recieved 9/29. I did not receive it either today 10/6. Also, they are denying me my 22 hours left in vacation pay that I earned.
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Answered on Oct 12th, 2017 at 6:38 AM

Dear Anonymous,

 

It sounds like you may have a claim for unpaid wages.  If the amount is more than $30 but less than $6,000 you can file an online wage claim through the Indiana Department of Labor.  Here is a link to their online wage claim form.

 

Best,

 

Chip

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