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Paycheck Distribution

Postby Tommaso » Thu Dec 15, 2016 7:19 am

I recently started a new job(in California), and my direct deposit is not in effect yet.  I have to get a live check for my for first paycheck, but I have to go to my corporate office to pick it up.  And, I was told that other people who didn't have direct deposit had to go to corporate every time for their paycheck....is this normal?  I would think that having employees drive to another location could be a liability issue, and also seems like more of a hassle to individual employees(almost like they're being punished for not having direct deposit).  Any advice would be appreciated.....I really would hate to keep driving there if my direct deposit doesn't go into effect soon....thanks.
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Paycheck Distribution

Postby avitul » Fri Dec 16, 2016 6:34 am

There are no laws that require that your paycheck be brought to you at your work site.  And for the company to require you pick it up is perfectly legal. There is no liability since you probably pick up your paycheck on your own time.  

It is standard that Direct Deposit takes at least one pay cycle to work.  If it take longer than that, you should contact the payroll department.
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Paycheck Distribution

Postby Dumont » Fri Dec 16, 2016 1:51 pm

I recently started a new job(in California), and my direct deposit is not in effect yet.  I have to get a live check for my for first paycheck, but I have to go to my corporate office to pick it up.  And, I was told that other people who didn't have direct deposit had to go to corporate every time for their paycheck....is this normal?  I would think that having employees drive to another location could be a liability issue, and also seems like more of a hassle to individual employees(almost like they're being punished for not having direct deposit).  Any advice would be appreciated.....I really would hate to keep driving there if my direct deposit doesn't go into effect soon....thanks.
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