Duncannon, PA asked in Employment Law for Pennsylvania

Q: Pennsylvania - My (now former) employer has not been providing me with paystubs and has been shorting paychecks

Since December 2017 I have only received 1 paystub (paid weekly every Friday) and I feel my paychecks have been consistently short. I have asked for them in person multiple times and by text message once for records purposes.

I was physically hit by boss when I mentioned having to contact the labor board about the missing paystubs and subsequently told to get off his property when I said I was calling the police.

Attempted to pick up final paycheck 2 days after normal payday during business hours and my paycheck was not there.

How do I get copies of my paystubs so I can prove that my paychecks have been shorted?

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Peter N. Munsing
Peter N. Munsing
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  • Wyomissing, PA
  • Licensed in Pennsylvania

A: Talk to the wage hour division of the department of labor. You can file a police report.

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