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By Anonymous - / Friday 22 May 2009 18:39 / United States
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By  cdj  |  0

Actually, that is illegal (at least in my state). By law they are required to pay you, by the conditions outlined by your employment, for the work you have done for a week by the following Friday, if they can't pay you they have to terminate you.

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By  Zoa_fml  |  0

So...get a new job!

By  Lou_Briccant  |  0

Sucks man, but welcome to the real world. My brother has a Masters in Public Administration, and his field is so horrible for employment right now, that at one point, I was making more than him working at a pizzeria than he was. So believe me, I (though in relative terms) feel your pain.

By  lonelypolkadott  |  0

Then start looking for another job and dont go back to that one. You aren't being compensated for work so there isn't a point to going back. And if you stop showing up, they might just fire so you can collect unemployment.

By  cdj  |  0

Actually, that is illegal (at least in my state). By law they are required to pay you, by the conditions outlined by your employment, for the work you have done for a week by the following Friday, if they can't pay you they have to terminate you.

By  undyinghumor  |  0

#7, you're lame, you can't get unemployment from being fired. However, you can get unemployment if your company goes bankrupt and cannot pay you. At least in my state. You should check into that.

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  starberries  |  0

You can get unemployment if you are fired, it just depends on why you were fired. I got fired once for going home sick, even though they had told me to go home. I had no problem getting unemployment for that.

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