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I have a contract with my employer which is still in force. They are refusing to pay my full salary for the month of march 2014. They only paid me a portion of it, not all of it. When I ask for the rest,they said they do not have it and cannot tell me when they are going to pay and are very arrogant about it. I want speak out to assist me. What must I do

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Get a post dated check but call once a week if they won't or just file small claims...when you do jobs charge half when you begin and the other just before it's finished have a contract

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