Can my employer take money from my check? (need answer)?

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  • Can my employer take money from my check? (need answer)?


Answer #1 | 19/12 2013 12:42
I doubt they can garnish your wages. The person who did the cashiering will probably get in trouble and you will probably be asked to pay for the difference. If you refuse, expect to be fired. I'd give you a serious written warning since you knew the rules and you didn't speak up, meaning it's theft.
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Answer #2 | 19/12 2013 14:16
They can't legally take it without your permission. They can fire you if you don't pay it back. In fact they can fire you if you do pay it back.
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