Is mandating direct deposit legal
A paycard is defined as an access device that an employee uses to receive his or her payroll funds from his or her employer.
An employer must pay wages within ten (10) days of the end of the pay period for which the wages were earned. 8-4-103 An employer may pay wages by direct deposit, so long as the employee has consented to the deposit and the wages are deposited into a financial institution of the employee’s choosing. When an employer discharges an employee, the employer must pay the employee immediately.
If they make this request, employers can also point them to electronic options such as debit cards.