I have been getting paid $17/HR for my position. I was reduced to $14/HR from one pay period to the next. Is that legal to do? Also my employer uses a company to give us paystubs online (saving trees) but every time I get the email about my paystub being ready, I can’t see it. When I ask a manager all they can tell me is to contact the paystub company for help.
No. They can lower your pay, but only with notice in advance (so you can choose whether or not to work at the lower wage.) They owe you the missing wages.
Have you tried contacting the paystub company? Most major companies have help lines.
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