What to do regarding overpayment of wages?

When I started I asked for a login for timekeeping and was told not to worry about it, it doesn’t matter unless there is time off. Shortly after I took vacation that was scheduled before I started and understood this would be unpaid, as I was so new and did not yet have PTO. I received a full paycheck and immediately brought it to my supervisor’s attention. She said that they “borrowed against [my] future PTO”, even though I requested this time be unpaid. I never received a login (although I requested one) to a timecard and every time I have taken a day off or called in sick I have received full pay. I will be handing in my resignation in 3 weeks and am concerned this will “catch up” with me.

Asked on January 8, 2013 under Employment Labor Law, Alaska

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Answered 8 years ago | Contributor

I suggest that you e mail your supervisor at work as well as the human resources department concerning your repeated concerns about overpayment of your wages that have yet to be fully addressed in that you desire to have the issue resolved sooner rather than later. keep a copy of the e mail for future use and need.


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