Pay after I've quit my job?
I started a new job a few weeks ago and ended up quitting last Saturday.
The pay date for that employer was the 30th of each month. They paid me for the 2 weeks I worked and I worked another week before quitting at the end of that week.
So, they owe me a weeks pay. I understand I have to wait until they pay everyone on the usual date, which will be the 30th of July now.
I didn't sign any contract but just filled out the new starter forms and the HMRC form so I am "On the books".
Could they turn around and not pay me and just say I worked 2 weeks and they paid me for it? The only proof I've got on the day I quit was an email I sent saying I have resigned with immediate effect.
Thanks in advance.
- motivatedjay_c0mLv 55 months ago
They will pay you....
- 5 months ago
In most states - the employer has 72-hours to provide a last pay check for you.
- babyboomer1001Lv 75 months ago
Of course they can do that but it is very unlikely that they will. What makes you distrust them so?Source(s): Certified Paralegal, with 25+ years' experience & with Employment law experience.
- MaxiLv 75 months ago
They will pay you on the next pay day, stop looking for "just in case" problems
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- JudyLv 75 months ago
When you get your final check in the US depends on your state. Most are the normai payday. And non-US places have their own laws. But you shouldn't have trouble getting paid - good luck.
- Pearl LLv 75 months ago
they should pay you when they start paying the other people
- Anonymous5 months ago
Nobody would do that.
- TavyLv 75 months ago
I suppose they could but you will have to wait and see.