Legal Question in Employment Law in Indiana

Can an Ill. employer withhold mileage reimbursement after you quit. They have a policy stating that they pay for mileage. They are upset because I didn't give them 3 week notice. It was also agreed several months ago that I would be paid 80,000/yr, instead I was being paid 65,000. Not a figure I even talked about nor would have accepted, so I quit. Didn't make them happy.

Any recourse or advice would be appreciated.

Asked on 8/14/12, 3:48 pm

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Betty Tsamis Tsamis Law Firm PC
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Illinois law prohibits an employer from making ANY deduction from your wages unless you give written authorization AT THE TIME THE DEDUCTION IS MADE.

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Answered on 8/15/12, 9:08 am

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