Is it legal to lower your pay without notice?
How much notice must an employer give an employee to reduce their holiday entitlement from their contracted entitlement to the legal minimum?
If someone in Texas doesn't pay rent and is over 18 can they be kicked out with out eviction notice. They never had to pay rent either.?
Are you still entitled to your vacation pay if you quit your job without 2 weeks notice in Wisconsin?
Try contacting your local labor board, they should have that best answer for you! I think there should be severence pay or dismissal pay if you have been with the company for a qualifying length of time and you were laid off without proper notice. I am battling this myself right now. I was laid offf with only a two hour notice! Good luck to all! File for Unemployment compensation and if your company has a policy on severence pay or dismissal pay then request it....However not all companies have a policy for severence pay or dismissal pay...Check with your dept of labor about the state laws on giving notice of unemployment..the vast majority of states do not require an employer to give you prior notice of unemployment...
Is it legal for a company to withdraw monthly payment using auto-pay from your personal account without your permission?
If an employer terminates you after you give a 2 week notice does he have to pay you for the 2 weeks in Arizona?
Is it legal for a Florida company to withhold earned vacation pay if the employee was fired for cause?
I have received an unlawful detainer notice for failure to pay rent Can I rectify this by paying them what I owe in rent plus legal fees?
Ohio may be different, but the general principle is that you should give (or get)one pay period as notice. If you are daily paid, one days notice is required. Weekly paid, one weeks notice. If you disappear without notice, which has the fancy term "absconding" your chances of getting paid in full are slim. The employer can deduct the wages for the notice period that you were supposed to give - that is, the pay period before you disappeared.
If you can't pay - contact the card company now ! Explain you're having difficulties meeting the payments and ask them to calculate a lower payment rate over a longer time period. Do not let it get to the legal stage, as they'll add legal fees to your existing debt ! Most companies will gladly negotiate a lower payment over a longer time, than instigate legal proceedings.