I was recently discharged through no fault of my own. There were instances of harassment, however, that is not my focus. I worked approximately 65 hours outside of work, on Oct. 3-13 and Dec. 14-15, on work training material that was mandatory, however, needed to be done at home. I have researched state and federal laws regarding pay for those hours (considering them to be work needing pay), however the managers refused to sign my request form for that pay to be accessible to me within 48 hours. Also, the managers refused to sign my request for my final paycheck to be sent within 48 hours. I need to know what steps I can take after being fired for no fault of my own. According to Idaho law, the company is not allowed to refuse; if so, penalties will be assigned accordingly. What can I do?
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