Is the employer has rights to hold my previous month salary ? if resignation is done in this current month ?
- 6 months ago
No, employer cant withhold your salary if you have worked previously month then employer have to pay for it, but if you have signed an agreement regarding resignation or salary then the condition will work as per the agreement and if you have not signed any agreement then employer have to give salary of each day you worked
- WolframLv 46 months ago
if they are holding your pay, contact your local labor board rep, no employer can withhold pay that you have earned
- John AldenLv 76 months ago
He can't withhold any salary for time you worked. You may well loose any unused vacation or sick time pay.
- Beverly SLv 76 months ago
They have to pay you for all days you worked.
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- babyboomer1001Lv 76 months ago
They may have a reason. Do you have any of their property, like a uniform? Are there any pending matters outstanding? Have you refused to go in and pick it up?Source(s): Certified Paralegal, with 25+ years' experience & with Employment law experience.
- NeverLv 76 months ago
No employer gets to keep your pay because you resign. You get paid when you normally would.
- AlexLv 66 months ago
What country are you in? In the US, they cannot legally withhold your earned wages.
- DEBSLv 76 months ago
They do not have the right to hold back any pay that you've earned.
- keerokLv 76 months ago
- oklatomLv 76 months ago
You may receive your final pay when you resign, or it may not happen until the normal pay period when checks are distributed.
Ask about it. Of course it would be nice if you gave a 30 day notice if you plan to resign.