An employer can only make deductions from an employee’s final paycheck that are required under federal or Wisconsin law, such as taxes or garnishments, or that the employee has authorized specifically in writing. Deductions by an employer for loss, theft, and/or faulty workmanship on the part of the employee may only be made after following certain legal procedures.
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