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- by nurse-doe Nov 23, '12I am a new employee LVN for a home health agency. I recently started working for this agency in September. I was trained by shadowing another LVN staff member. I started seeing patients early/mid October.
I have yet to be paid for hardly any of my visits dating back since I started seeing patients.
Also, I am hardly being scheduled to see any patients maybe 2-3 one hour visits a week. Although my pay is in the 30$/hr this is a very low amount of hours
First question is: What are the minimum amount of hours they are allowed to be scheduling me??
Second question: If I have not received any payment for the patient visits in October and after what is the time frame I have to wait to report this issue??
Note: I have had texted conversations and phone calls with both one of the bosses and a payroll/ supervisor. They continue to tell me "next payroll you will get paid".
ANY ADVICE WOULD HELP GREATLY! THANK YOU!
- Nov 25, '12 by TheCommuterHi, there! Welcome to Allnurses.com!
We moved your post to the Home Health Nursing forum with the ultimate goal of increasing the number of responses to your question(s). Good luck to you!
- Nov 30, '12 by realnursealso/LPNI don't know about you, but I don't work for free. I would nicely say that I needed my paycheck because I work to get one. If it continues, I would resign. Then I would call the Labor Board in your state. How you handle it hinges on if you want to stay. I'm hoping you have back up paperwork, or a datebook showing the hours you have worked. It is illegal for them as a business to not pay their employees.