Portland, OR asked in Employment Law for Oregon

Q: I have not been paid for all my hours, and no longer work for that employer. What can I do?

The last day I worked was 11/18/19. I was not paid for the hours worked that day, nor for 3 hours on the 15th of Nov.

I let someone in payroll know on the 21st of Nov. there was a discrepancy with my check, and she indicated that it was right.

I then asked for copies of our login and found where they added my hours in for 11/15/19 but did not pay me for them. I then texted Tara(payroll) and let her know. She has yet to reply to my text. What action can I take. I worked for a pediatric dental office.

Brenda M

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Greg Mansell
Greg Mansell
Answered

A: Typically each state has a law that requires employers to pay employees in a certain amount of time. 30 days is fairly common. If you have still not been paid, you should contact an employment attorney in Oregon to see your options for going after your unpaid wages.

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