"I think there might have been a mistake in my pay a few months ago, but my boss won't let me see my pay history."
All employers must furnish the following information to employees:Â their paycheck, pay slip or check stub must show the employer's name, employee's name, date, number of hours worked, hourly rate of pay and amounts of deductions or increases made for the pay period.
In addition, every employer must keep a true and accurate record, for at least 2 years, of the amount paid each pay period to each employee, of the hours worked each day and each week by each employee. Furthermore, every employer must allow every employee the opportunity to inspect those records.
If are being denied access to your pay records, or have not been receiving documentation of your pay, contact us
This information is not a do-it-yourself guide to resolving employment disputes or handling employment litigation. While some may find this useful for understanding the basic issues and their legal context, it is NOT a substitute for experienced legal counsel and does not provide legal advice. Please contact the team at Gordon Law Group to discuss your specific case.