payroll jumping

I have been made a offer from my emplor
to mtg. a store. on the first day , i notice the prictice of payroll jumping. not only reg. hours but overtime. the last mtg. was overiding employee no one gets overtime, and place the hours in the next week payroll as reg hours. so no overtime was not paid. and a pond guestoning the emplopees this has been going on for years. i will be notifing my DTL,
but, my question is this,what is my total responality in this matter.

1 answer  |  asked Jul 31, 2002 8:12 PM [EST]  |  applies to Pennsylvania

Answers (1)

Christopher Ezold
You may have liability to employees if you participate in the practice

Under certain circumstances, you may have potential civil and even criminal liability for these practices. For instance, under Pennsylvania's Wage Payment and Collection Act, officers of a corporation can be personally liable for wage amounts not paid if they were involved in the decision not to pay. However, there are a great number of facts that would bear on your potential liability, many of which are not evident in your posting. Therefore, I would recommend that you contact an attorney immediately to thoroughly review the issues.

Christopher E. Ezold
Nancy O'Mara Ezold, P.C.
401 City Line Avenue, Suite 904
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004
(610) 660-5585

posted by Christopher Ezold  |  Aug 1, 2002 08:39 AM [EST]

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