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Thanks. We are a small company and we normally have our

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Thanks for replying . We are a small company and we normally have our employees on a payroll and their pay is processed by a third party "Payroll" company according to the federal and local laws and regulations. We have had one employee on a "Trail Period"
for few days and to be evaluated after specific number of days. This employee worked for 3 weeks and recevied his weekly payments on business "in house checks" without deducting / withholding the taxes, social sec , and other deductions. His evaluation is
no match to the basic or minimum standards of the job and he left the job. on the employer's side we would like to know if we are required to pay and is there any way we can do that if required ?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Employment Law
Expert:  Samuel II replied 1 year ago.

This is Samuel and I will discuss this and provide you information in this regard.

Pay what - his wages for the time he worked?

What do you mean how do you do that?

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