I Have Been Fired Or Laid Off. When Is My Pay Due?

You should be paid within 72 hours from the time of discharge. If your pay is not received by the next regular payday, and it appears you may have a problem collecting, contact the Wage & Hour Program for a wage complaint form, and assistance.

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