Employer's duty to inform employee re 668 levy
- What, if any, duty does an employer have to inform an employee that a
Notice of Levy has been received by the payroll department (or any
department, for that matter)? Does an employee who was not informed
have any recourse against the employer if the latter does not inform him?
I've searched the company's policies & procedures manual, the employee
handbook, but find no mention of this situation anywhere; nor have my
searches on the internet been fruitful. If someone knows of state- or
federal law (or IRM section(s)) that compels (or requires) the employer
to provide this notification to the employee, or at least point me in
the right direction, I'd be grateful.
At the very least, it's unethical not to give such notification, in my
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