Can an employer legally deduct "Payroll Costs" from an employee's check?
I am sure there is no such thing as an hourly employee who is a pure commission person==perhaps he gets a salary and commission. I suggest you check. he may not have any withholding other than fed income taxes and social security; that is the law== in the US, that is
by kemperk - 15 hours ago
I doubt it. There may be some weird state law in dome state that makes it possib le but I doubt it. And think about it. It cost the same to write a one dollar check as it does a hundred dollar check. Your friend needs to look onto this
by Goober - 15 hours ago
I do not believe they can. It is something they signed up for when ( I am assuming) they chose to use a payroll company rather than do it themselves. It is not the employees responsibility to pay for their choices!
by Brittany - 15 hours ago
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