The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals will hear the case involving state employees who claim they were shortchanged when the state switched from twice-monthly checks to biweekly checks. The justices will hear arguments on March 16.
Five employees are bringing the case, which could affect tens of thousand state workers. The case involves both salaried and hourly public employees who claimed they were not fully paid in the 2017 calendar year because of the state’s switch from twice monthly pay to biweekly.
The full story from the West Virginia Record.