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  • Deductions from Paycheck

    will sign and agree upon the deductions rather than pay by personal check/credit card/cash every two... of them do not have the money upfront and would like to have an agreed upon amount deducted from... the scheduled deductions. The contract would also state that if resignation/termination occurs
    Posted to Compensation (Forum) by TABHR on December 28, 2011
  • Deductions from paycheck

    will sign and agree upon the deductions rather than pay by personal check/credit card/cash every two... of them do not have the money upfront and would like to have an agreed upon amount deducted from... the scheduled deductions. The contract would also state that if resignation/termination occurs
    Posted to HR Administration (Forum) by TABHR on December 29, 2011
  • Re: Deductions from Paycheck

    Some state wage laws allow for it and others do not, so you would need to check your specific state wage law. Look for "voluntary wage deductions" along with your state's name in Google. You... the employer advances money to the employee to pay for something on the employee's behalf for which
    Posted to Compensation (Forum) by HRforME on December 28, 2011
  • Re: Deductions from final paycheck

    Hope this helps. Check our this answer from thethe California Department of Industrial Relations... this month and my employer deducted all of the unearned vacation days that I had taken from my... that is taken before it is earned or accrued) from your final paycheck. Because of work schedules
    Posted to Compensation (Forum) by Chicago1 on March 25, 2009
  • Re: Exempt & Salary Deductions

    this practice could jeopardize their exempt status because their pay would be affected if they had no time left in their PTO bank. deductions from pay can't be part of the disciplinary process because the infractions aren't serious enough. disciplinary deductions are reserved for serious misconduct
    Posted to Compensation (Forum) by regdunlop on June 12, 2009
  • Re: Sick Time vs Pay Deductions

    There is a difference betweendeducting from an exempt employee's paycheck and deducting from an employee's allotted sick time. The employer may not deduct from an employee's pay for less than a day's..., an employer may deduct from the employee's paycheck in full-day increments if the employee is out
    Posted to Compensation (Forum) by HRsource1 on March 14, 2007
  • Re: Payroll Deductions

    employers from wage deductions other than : 1. A court has ordered or allowed the employer to make... employees to pay or reimburse the employer for other items. The cost of any items which are considered... to reimbursement for uniforms. In other words, no deduction may be made from an employee's wages which
    Posted to Compensation (Forum) by MDHRGirl on February 16, 2009
  • Re: Exempt & Salary Deductions

    regdunlop:this practice could jeopardize their exempt status because their pay would be affected if they had no time left in their PTO bank. deductions from pay can't be part of the disciplinary process because the infractions aren't serious enough. disciplinary deductions are reserved for serious
    Posted to Compensation (Forum) by TXHRGuy on June 12, 2009
  • Re: Deductions for emergency calls

    The answer to your question depends on the state in which you operate. We have a state law that allows an employerto charge against an employee's regular pay during the time the employee is absent... prohibits employers from terminating, or in discriminating against an employee who is absent for up to 10
    Posted to Compensation (Forum) by Bridget1 on March 19, 2007
  • Re: Wage Deductions

    the deduction and nothing more. Even with a proper authorization, however, employers must still pay... or retained from the employer which had monetary value (for example, personal loan, use of long
    Posted to Compensation (Forum) by MDHRGirl on December 16, 2008
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