it of those employees who don’t want direct deposit or who don’t have a bank account set up?
The federal guidelines, as stated in the Fair Labor Standards Act, aren’t specific on this issue.
Direct Deposit Exemption Request will be reviewed by and granted on a case-by-case basis by the Associate Vice Chancellor for Finance, based on the evidence provided by the employee.
The Direct Deposit Enrollment and Change Form is available on the Payroll website.
Federal Work Study students may opt-out of direct deposit by filling out a Direct Deposit Exemption Request Form.
Temporary employees who are receiving only one or two payments are encouraged to enroll in direct deposit unless enrollment is not practical.
For the official, printed version, please contact the State Bookstore (see Section 18.01 18.02 18.03807-18.01 Members or beneficiaries entitled to receive a retirement allowance or monthly survivor allowance provided for under the terms of chapter 32 shall designate, on a prescribed form, a financial institution and account to which shall be directly deposited any payments under any such allowance.
Participation in UNC Asheville’s Direct Deposit program is a condition of new or continued employment with UNC Asheville unless falling within an exception as outlined in Section IV of this policy.
In situations where enrollment is not practical the employee must complete a Direct Deposit Exemption Request Form.
Foreign Nationals who are studying or working in the U. for two semesters or less (student employees) or less than nine months (non-student employees) may be exempted by Payroll if direct deposit enrollment is not practical.
The Department of Labor, who administers the FLSA, states that the payment must be in cash or negotiable instrument.
More specifically, in its Field Operations Handbook, it states that employees must also have the option of receiving payment by cash or check if direct deposit is mandated. While many states have rules limiting or regulating direct deposit of wages, Washington is not one of them.