Hourly to Salary Check Stub Issue
(North Carolina )
I was switched from hourly to salary by my employer but I noticed that all of my pay information when I was hourly has been dropped from my check stub. This includes local and federal taxes, medicare, etc. I asked my employer ( small business under 1000 employees) what was the reason for this and I was told that they have two separate systems for payroll: one for hourly and one for salary.
If an employee is switched their check stub will only reflect monies paid under the new status. She said that in the end of the year they combine the hourly/salary reports to come up with an accurate W2. According to our state law employers must issue a check stub every payday with all deductions noted.
How can this company do this if the law say otherwise? Is this procedure common at other places? If my employer has deducted $800.00 in tax for the year from my pay should not my check stub reflect that?