Kentucky Payroll Laws: What You Need To Know
Kentucky payroll laws are increasingly becoming more strict for employers. With the legislature proposing new legislation, employers are scrambling to find out what they need to know about their payroll laws. This article is designed to provide three points of interest:
1) Employees must have a written contract outlining expectations and wages within 14 days of the hire date
2) Employers must furnish an employee with wage statements every two weeks
3) Employers cannot demand or request any payment outside of normal paychecks from current employees for past work
Kentucky law requires that employees have a written contract in place within 14 days of hire. According to payroll laws, employers must furnish their employees with wage statements every two weeks. They cannot request or demand payment outside of normal paychecks from current employees for any work done in the past.