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When Employees are Paid

Employers must pay employees on their regularly scheduled paydays.

Monthly salaried employees must be paid at least once every month. Employees paid by the hour, or in some other way, must be paid at least semi-monthly or every 14 days.

Employees must be paid within six days of the end of the payroll cut off. For example, if the payroll cut off is March 17th, the employees must be paid no later than March 23rd.

Deadline for Being Paid After Your Last Day of Work

The employer must pay all outstanding wages (such as vacation pay or pay for banked overtime hours) to employees within 14 days of their last day of work.

Regular pay days must be maintained. If a pay day falls within the 14-day period, then the employer must provide an employee's normal pay on that day. Any outstanding wages must be paid out within 14-days from the last day worked.

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