I was discharged from daycare position and am currently collecting unemployment. Upon receiving my last pay it was accompanied by a document stating she had deducted $100 for carpet cleaning and paint for the walls. Not my responsibility. I was an employee not a renter.
There is also a notarized document stating my hourly wage would return to my hire in wage on April 28. She decided no to honor that promise for another 5 weeks. I reminded her of the document and she still refused to bring my wage back up to the agreed wage/date.
The total amount I have calculated she owes me is $450. That is without interest which I know I can claim. I have sent her the information and details. I gave her over two weeks to pay me and as of now I have heard nothing. How do I go about getting my $
In Kansas you can contact the Kansas Department of Labor and they can review your wage dispute. Here is a helpful link to the forms on their website. http://www.dol.ks.gov/LaborRelations/PNAforms.aspx
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