I worked at Mobile Medical Corporations’s Rocky River (Cleveland), Ohio office from 15 June 2015 until an executive abruptly fired me on 2 July 2015. I worked 16 hours during the week ending 5 July 2015 and, as of this writing on 11 July 2015, I have not received compensation. Although payday was Wednesday of each week, because direct deposit was inaccessible to me, I had to wait until Friday of the weeks ending June 21 and June 28 for a printed check to arrive in the mail. With respect to wages due me for the week ending 5 July 2015, I received two different claims from two different sources. Jen Powell claimed she would mail my check on Tuesday, 7 July, and Dave Daquelente claimed it was in the mail by Wednesday, 8 July. Based on the time it took my prior two checks to arrive, it was not unreasonable of me to expect my check to be delivered on Thursday, 9 July, or Friday, 10 July. When it had not arrived by Friday, I called Dave, who refused to remedy the situation. I told him that I was relying on the wages I earned, and asked for him to either overnight a check or authorize the personnel in the Rocky River office to cut a check for the net amount of my paycheck. He refused both requests. As of this writing on Saturday, 11 July 2015, I believe Mobile Medical Corporation, Jen Powell and Dave Daquelente acted in bad faith by refusing to compensate me wages I have due and owing.
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