Detroit, MI asked in Employment Law for Michigan

Q: Can my employer hold my Pay check pending an invitation. It's been 3 weeks no letter no call no check.

I was suspended then fired didn't know why until my pay check didn't post that following week. Then I was told that they're holding my last check pending an invitation and the cops would contact me. I asked for the detective on this case phone number they were very rude about i and didn't give me any information. It's been 3 1/2 weeks now still no call no letter nothing. I went to my police department was told that they have no record of any investigation on me. I even contacted the police department in Sparta where their corporate office is and was told no record of any kind on me they no nothing about an investigation. I really need some advice please and thank you

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Marlo Bruch
Marlo Bruch
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  • Kalamazoo, MI
  • Licensed in Michigan

A: It is unclear what the investigation is about. I recommend you contact the Michigan Office of Wage and Hour to file a complaint for the unpaid monies and contact an employment attorney in your area for the same.

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