In September, I asked how I should approach my boss regarding my delayed August paycheck. The community gave insighftul answers and some advice on how to make sure this doesn't happen again in the future.
Two months later, it's happening again.
Before you rage that I didn't follow what the community said, let me lay down the details first.
After I made that post, I sent my boss a text message regarding my paycheck and he quickly apologized and transferred the money the following day. We meet a few weeks later—this was around last week of September so that means I should be getting my paycheck for that month. He asked if I wanted to receive it in cash right there and then or wait until Monday to have it transferred to my account. I said the latter since it's easier and more convenient for me.
Monday came and there was no transfer.
It's almost November and I haven't received two months worth of salary (September and October 2018).
I learned from our Client Service Director that I am still not yet in the payroll of our parent company—the backer of our startup—which means that my boss is indeed manually transferring the money. I also learned that we already have higher revenue at the moment than they have expected for the remainder of the year.
I love what I do and what we do. I'm grateful to learn and work directly with the CCO.
I don't want to sound like a brat junior who's not grateful for already producing the biggest project of his life but this is money that I've earned. I also want to be professional about this and how to handle it.
How do I approach my boss again regarding this?
Any advice is greatly appreciated.
P.S. I'm from the Philippines. November 1 and 2 are holidays so I have a few days to talk to him (or wait if there'll be a transfer) on November 5.