Can I demand that my employer give me my hourly wage immediately when I complete that hour?
She wants to only pay me every two weeks
- 8 months agoFavourite answer
That's how I get paid
- CliveLv 78 months ago
Of course you can demand anything. But no doubt the contract is you get paid every 2 weeks. Just like everybody else. Are you really that incapable of managing your money?
The normal thing here in the UK is to be paid every month. Everybody manages with that. Why can't you?
- StephenWeinsteinLv 78 months ago
You can demand whatever you want, but she doesn't have to do it.
- STEVEN FLv 78 months ago
US law doesn't REQUIRE payment more frequently than once a month. The law ALLOWS payment as frequently as the parties agree.
If you demand payment more frequently than once a day, your resignation will be accepted effective instantly.
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- AthenaLv 78 months ago
No, you agreed to that when you took the job.
Too late to change things now.
- Anonymous8 months ago
BEFORE doing so better have another JOB lined up cause this one will be OVER. Employers do not take well to DEMANDS especially something so damn stupid! I am an employer.
- 8 months ago
Unless you are in a union you can negotiate that contract. You can demand hourly payment and refuse to continue your employment if she refuses.
- JohnLv 68 months ago
When at work, its best not to do or say things which would lead your employer to think you're foolish.
- DavidLv 78 months ago
You should have known that before you started the job.
- Justin ThymeLv 78 months ago
Sure, you could demand that, then you would be fired.