How Long After A Workweek Or Bi-Weekly Pay Period Ends Must Employees Be Paid (E.G., If A Workweek Ends At Midnight On Sunday, By What Date Must The Check Be Distributed?)
There is no requirement that some employers make timely payment of regular paychecks. For persons, firms or corporations engaged in the operation of any railroad, mine, refinery and work incidental to prospecting for, or the production of, oil and gas, or other factory, mill or workshop, within the state of Wyoming, payment is required on or before the first day of each month, when the wages are earned during the first half of the preceding month ending with the fifteenth day thereof; and on or before the fifteenth day of each month when the wages are earned during the last half of the preceding month.
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Additional Wyoming Labor & Employment Law FAQs
- What Is The State's Minimum Wage?
- Is It Different For Part-Time Or Full-Time Employees?
- Is It Different For Weekend Or Holiday Work?
- How Frequently Must Employees Be Paid?
- Is It Different For Exempt Or Non-Exempt Workers?
- Is It Different For Employees Paid Above Or Below A Certain Wage Level?
- Is It Different For Hourly Or Salary Paid Staff?
- If A Payday Falls On A Weekend Or Holiday, When Must Paychecks Be Distributed?
- Can Employees Be Required To Accept Direct Deposit Of Their Paychecks?
- If An Employer Wishes To Change Its Workweek Or An Employee's Rate Or Manner Of Pay, How Much Advance Notice Is Required?
- What Is The State's Minimum Payment With Respect To An Employee Garnishment?
- Can An Employer Make Deductions From An Employee's Wages Due To:
- If Substance Abuse Testing Or A Criminal Records Check Is Required By The Employer As A Condition Of Employment, Can The Applicant Be Required To Pay The Cost Of Taking That Test?
- When Must The Final Paycheck Be Provided To Any Employee Who Resigns, Retires, Or Is Discharged?
- Is It Permissible For An Employer To Adopt Personnel Policies Which Provide That No Payment Will Be Made Upon Cessation Of Employment (Whether By Retirement, Resignation, Or Discharge) For Unused Sick Days, Personal Days, And Vacation Days? If So, Can Such A Policy Provide That No Such Payment Will Be Made If An Employee Resigns Without Giving At Least Ten (10) Days' Written Notice Or Before His Or Her Anniversary Date?
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- If An Employee Were To Die, What Rules Apply With Respect To The Final Payment Of Wages To That Worker's Heirs Or Next Of Kin?
- Is An Employer Required To Provide Meal And Rest Breaks?
- Are Employers Required To Post Wage, Wage-Hour Or Family Leave Posters?
- Can An Employer Adopt A Vacation Policy Which Provides That:
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