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How Often Must An Employee Be Paid?

Every employer shall pay the full amount of wages due to his/her employees at least twice during each calendar month, on regular paydays designated in advance by the employer. Each time you are paid you must receive a statement of deductions listing the gross and net wages and all individually itemized deductions from your wages.

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