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Shorted pay and hours on final paycheck, what do I do?

1 Answers. Asked on Sep 08th, 2017 on Labor and Employment - North Carolina
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I voluntarily quit my job and on my final paycheck I was short pay for hours worked due to a glitch in the employers system. Was told a check was in the mail over a week ago and told by employer all I could do was wait, that they can't do anything else. What grounds do I have to stand on? I have bills to pay that I can't push back any further due to this.
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Answered on Sep 10th, 2017 at 4:19 AM

Sorry this has happend to you.  Unfortunately, if the employer does not address this, then there is no fast way to resolve it. The fastest way will be to file a comlaint with the North Carolina Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Bureau.  www.nclabor.com

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