The only pay stub I received was for my first paycheck. Once I began receiving direct deposit, the deposits were made from a separate company that I have no contact information for, and they did not provide a pay stub electronically or physically. Upon dismissal from the job, I requested my pay stubs be delivered to my mailing address. They never responded to me and did not provide the pay stubs. It just seems odd that they would not give them to me and I never had an employer do this.
You are supposed to receive your pay stub. However, PA is one of 20 states that allow the company to give access to its employees on the internet. If paper and internet were not available to you, then you have a claim. File a complaint with the PA Dept of Labor and Industry. here is their address.
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