Mandating direct deposit

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(C) A person in a covered position who has not timely complied with the requirements of paragraph (B) of this rule, who has failed to timely comply with all the requirements of the financial institution designated by the director of budget and management or the department of administrative services as required by paragraph (D) of this rule, or who has failed to timely maintain an authorization for the direct deposit of the employee's compensation as required by paragraph (E) of this rule shall be subject to progressive discipline for cause, up to and including removal.Any disciplinary actions against such a person for any violation of this rule shall be done in accordance with section 124.34 of the Revised Code or the applicable collective bargaining agreement.the employee's costs of establishing and maintaining that account would reduce wages below the minimum wage; the employee would incur account fees as a result of direct deposit; or the parties are subject to a collective bargaining agreement prohibiting a direct deposit requirement as a condition of hire.

This information is not to be considered legal or financial advice, analysis, or opinion.The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) uses interpretation and inferences from Wisconsin wage and hour laws.The DWD says on its website that a direct deposit system must utilize a Wisconsin facility unless the employee voluntarily chooses a facility that is located outside of the state.(3) Failure of a person in a covered position that is required to have direct deposit pursuant to paragraph (B) of this rule to comply with the requirements of this paragraph will cause the person to be subject to progressive discipline pursuant to paragraph (C) of this rule.(F) The person appointed to a covered position that is required to have direct deposit pursuant to paragraph (B) of this rule shall be responsible for all fees incurred as a result of paragraph (D) or (E) of this rule.Interestingly, some states, such as Missouri and Ohio, have no direct deposit laws.

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