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USource Question of the Week
7/3/15: We had an employee who was hired and started work on a Monday. The next day the employee emailed their supervisor informing them that they will not be coming back to work. The employee never turned in any of the following paperwork (W4, I-9, Direct Deposit, etc.). Do I have to pay them for the one day they worked and if so how?
This employee needs to be paid for any time worked for their one day of employment. As for paying the individual there are two options. The first is to pay them as contract labor (1099) as the employee did not complete more than 3 days of employment. The second option is through payroll,
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