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    Hello, I was terminated from my job Dec 13 2012, I was on a four day suspension before they terminated me. I did not receive my last check until Dec 28. It was short one day, I have been calling everyone then, first they said I had my day mixed up then the he department said they found the one day and they would pay me the next pay period which was Jan 4 2012. Mm law says that payment is due within 24 hours with written request. I have not submitted. A written. RequEST, so I was wondering should I write a request first before I try to take them to court or since I have been calling and its been so long just take them to court?

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    Re: last check short one day

    You must comply with state law before attempting to collect by other means.
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    I would not be trying to provide information and knowledge if I did not sympathize.

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      Re: last check short one day

      Originally posted by shantreese View Post
      Hello, I was terminated from my job Dec 13 2012, I was on a four day suspension before they terminated me. I did not receive my last check until Dec 28. It was short one day, I have been calling everyone then, first they said I had my day mixed up then the he department said they found the one day and they would pay me the next pay period which was Jan 4 2012. Mm law says that payment is due within 24 hours with written request. I have not submitted. A written. RequEST, so I was wondering should I write a request first before I try to take them to court or since I have been calling and its been so long just take them to court?
      In what state do you reside? That makes a difference in the approach you take for some states have laws with the date spelled out clearly when an employer must pay and some have strong monetary sanctions.

      If your state has a Labor Commission, you might not have to even consider suing but enlisting the state's help getting your money.

      Supplement your post with the state this occurred in and we may be able to give you the answer you are seeking.

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        I live in Minnesota.

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