I was let go from my place of work in California on the 6th of January. My now former employer explicitly told me that she'll have my paycheck on the following Thursday (15th). That day came around and I went to pick up my check. She had me go into the office of the lead foreman who was going to hand me my check, which I thought was weird. He had my check and W-2 in hand, but stated that he needed me to sign a "Termination Document" before releasing my final paycheck and W-2.
The document was very sparse, maybe only a couple lines. By signing it, it states that I no longer work for the company and I can never pursue legal action against them. I was not comfortable signing it, especially since it made no reference to the W-2 or Paycheck. He assured me it was completely normal, and all of his former employees sign it. Still, very uncomfortable with it, because I never signed a document like this when I was let go.
To cut it short, the conversation went nowhere, and told him I would be back when I looked up a couple things I was unsure about. I then headed to the local Labor Commission office to ask around, then filed a former complaint.
It's the 21st, and still no check or W2 in hand. What should I do at this point, or what can I do?