Bi-Weekly Pay in RI - Finally!!

We alerted you a few weeks ago that while we were all excited about the prospect of bi-weekly pay, we were still waiting for the required application to appear on the Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training ("DLT") website. It has!!

Download a pdf copy here.

The application must be filed with the DLT.  Once approved, employers must provide at least fourteen (14) calendar days notice to affected employees before moving to a bi-weekly or semi-monthly pay period.   Then you are free to go !!

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