hello i was wondering what i can do i have worked at a place for about a year and i never had a time card to punch into on and the alarm codes when i set them and left differ in time i have asked to seee the alarm paper i know i have put myself out later than the alarm code so i understand i messed up but we had made an agrrement that the differance in hrs i would work off but but with them refusing to show me the proof of what hrs i owe them they claim i owe them over 60hrs of labor to make up for it and there is no way i owe them that much but here is what i need help with i have hand written hrs that i have worked by the owner but i have worked for nearly 7 weeks and have not gotten a pay check or been taxed or has my childs support been tooken out i am guessing they dont even have me on a clock or anything no the hrs i owed them got taxed and child support taken out is it possible to no get a pay check and not have childs support taking out now thats hurting me cuz there collecting my full wage in hrs and not taking my childs suport out or being taxed now is it leagal for them to work me n keep my full wage and not even pay taxes or the childs support i feel if they payed that which is costing me still they would owe me money?
State/Country relating to question: Michigan
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