Every employer must establish a regular payday on which wages shall be paid in full in lawful money of the United States, or checks on banks convertible into cash on demand. Every payday shall fall within nine (9) days of the end of a payroll period. Every employee shall be notified in writing or by posted notice that may be readily seen, of a change in the scheduled payday at least three (3) paydays in advance of a scheduled change.
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