Employer can't meet payroll obligations

I am a salaried professional in a small (less than 10 employees) company (LLC). My employer could only meet 1/2 of the payroll obligations last month (for 2 pay periods) and 0 of the obligation thus far this month (1 pay period). I am therefore owed 2 full paychecks for time already worked.

What are my rights in filing for unemployment benefits, effective now, and retrieving the 2 paychecks still owed? If the company will not lay me off, can I voluntarily quit for breach of employer's duties/failure to pay for work done and still recieve unemployment benefits?

0 answers  |  asked Jun 15, 2009 2:22 PM [EST]  |  applies to Ohio

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