I left my job yesterday. Today, I got my final paycheck and found the number to be hugely different (lower) than what I expected.
I am told they used an hourly rate - so 9*8* is what I got. However, if I do 10*8* I get a number lower than my usual pay for a pay cycle. Can a company use hourly rate to calc a non-hourly employee's pay. If yes, what about the weeks when I worked over 40hrs? I thought it should be 9/10 of the standard pay cycle amount.