This involves the state of: Oregon
I've a quick question if someone might be able to answer it. A search on google didn't really turn up anything. I worked for one day for a company and was fired the first day, the reasons they gave me were basically a) a coworker didn't like me and b) they thought I had "negative vibes." They had me fill out a W2 and give them my bank account number and everything for payroll, saying I'd be paid every Friday. I was fired on Tuesday. Well, I didn't get paid and as I understand they are legally obligated to b/c I filled out the forms. I plan on going in on Monday to ask what is up in person, but I'd like to know a few things:
1. how long is a company required to keep w2 forms and such on record before they may shred them?
2. what about incomplete w2 forms? do they still have to keep those? I didn't have my routing number so I didn't put it down right away, but did give it to one of the bosses later when I had it.
3. If there is no specific time frame then what do I do if they have already shredded them come monday?
Thanks in advance...