My question involves employment and labor law for the state of: Minnesota
I had an incident at work where someone stole a two-wheeled dolly from the premises. My boss told me upon hiring that if one was taken while I was on duty that I would be fired and I was.
I'd offered to replace the dolly and my employer refused. Now they don't want to give me my last paycheck--probably to cover the costs of the new dolly, but they paid for more for the dolly than it should have cost, and I'm worried they might try and slam me with a bill for what my check didn't cover.
Can my former employer do that when I offered to buy and new one and they refused? Can they refuse my last paycheck, at all?
Thank you very much!