Connecticut Payday Frequency Laws 2023
Biweekly PaydayNot Permitted
Semimonthly PaydayNot Permitted
Monthly PaydayNot Permitted
How Frequently Must Connecticut Employers Pay Employees?
Like Connecticut, the majority of states have labor law regulations that require employers to pay employees on regularly scheduled paydays with a certain minimum frequency.
Connecticut employers are required to pay most hourly employees via a regular payday, scheduled at minimum weekly.
In Connecticut, a longer interval between paydays (up to monthly) is permitted if approved by labor commissioner.
Exemptions from Payday Laws
Under the federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), payday laws (and many other labor laws) were designed especially to protect hourly employees, rather than highly-compensated salaried employees. Therefore, payday laws often exempt or have looser requirements for employees considered to be "executives, professionals, or administrative employees". Outside salespeople, who are often paid on commission, are also often exempt from payday laws.
Other Payday Laws
In addition to regulating payday frequency, Connecticut has other labor laws regulating things such as payroll wage garnishment, payment methods (suh as check and direct deposit), vacation pay, and final payroll following termination.