Thank you for your question. First Federal law only requires the employer to keep accurate records but does not require to provide a pay stub.http://www.dol.gov/elaws/faq/esa/flsa/018.htm
According to the following VA statute, the same rule applies, there is no mention that a paystub need be provided, but that upon the employees request the employer must furnish a written statement
which provides for the deductions
See section C:40.1-29
Time and medium of payment; withholding wages; written statement of earnings; agreement for forfeit...
This is based on the current statute, you may wish to contact the Virginia Department of labor
in case any new changes have been made recently.
All VA labor codes can be accessed here
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