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Should I tell my boss I’m not coming into work tomorrow?

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 02:39:44    Popularity:     

Tags: coming  boss  tomorrow  work  

I’m a good employee. I haven’t missed a day in a year. I was supposed to get my paycheck three days ago in the mail. I called my boss and he said the person who does payroll was sick so they’ll be there Tuesday. It wasn’t there Tuesday and it wasn’t there

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It might feel good to blow off work, but now you're unemployed. Congratulations. And what happens if you can't find a new job in one weekend? Now you're REALLY ******. Keep asking him about your check, keep looking for another job, but be smart, and don't jeopardize your one source of income.

If you are living paycheck to paycheck, you need to be careful. If you call off and tell him that it's because you haven't gotten paid, plan on being fired.

Call your State Labor board and anonymously report them for not paying their employees. Have dates ready and do not give your name.

Please open a savings account and put at least $5.00 a paycheck into it. Every paycheck, you should be "paying yourself first". Having a savings account for a cushion in life can allow you more options down the line, such as quitting a disgusting job without going totally broke.

That's a way to get fired. Just go in, do your work, inform them you still haven't gotten your check.

And why not save up some money so you're not living paycheck to paycheck?

Remind your boss that you haven't been paid and you need that money. Tell him that if the company can't pay you, you'll have no choice but to find another job.

Try not to phrase it as a threat or ultimatum. And definitely don't tell him that you're already actively looking for a new job.

If you play it right, you might even be able to borrow money from your boss.

I would tell him that, stand up to him and he will respect you.

If u start threatening him he might not give u any due pay check at all. Neither will he pay for your skipped days. Rich people are able to post ultimatums cos they can afford it. Can u?

If you are living pay check to pay check, can you really afford to short yourself an entire day s pay? And there is no guarantee you will land a job quickly, so are you also willing to chance it that they won t just fire you and you will have no paycheck? Sometimes, you just have to suck up the bad with the good to come out whole on the other end.

use tomorrow to look for a new job .

If you've been there for a year, sometimes there are interuptions (Fedexc misses the delivery, payrll is out sick) so give your boss and the company some credit, nut might be a bigger problme. It's going into Thursday so tugh it out, by law will need to pay you or you go to the Department of Labor.

I weoudl show up and in a non confrontational but helpful way say, "Look I want to help out and be a team player but need to get paid and if not, can sacriffice my position and move on, the company can save the cost of an employee, we part as friends and hope the company does better , i'll look over the weekend for something new"

Their first priority shoudl eb to apy employees before they pay the rent, so soudns like tough times

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