My company filed chapter 11 and was acquired by a billion dollar company. Payroll made numerous errors that were caught on APD, recording incorrect hours off of the time sheets that i submitted as the lead, did not paying overtime, changed pay rates every few days, is not honoring lodging, storage unit, admin pay approval by upper management that was not retained by the new company. My last day was 94 days ago. Payroll is being done by former company while in transition by the same people. Payroll was contacted 71 days ago with documentation of ADP errors, time sheets, changing pay rates. They are reviewing and emailing questions regarding how i spent my administration time, milage and travel time questions .... A detailed spreadsheet was given to payroll and President Mark. Mark said he would investigate by contacting teammates and site contacts. That was more than two weeks ago...nothing . Payroll wants me to "help them understand" what i did for my job during certain hours and are continuing to review my spreadsheet. The same person that made the errors is in charge of reviewing my invoices. Not a CPA. I filed a claim with the CA Labor Board that could take 90 days. The company will no longer be there in 90 days and I'm not sure the billon dollar company who bought us knows that they owe me $22,000 and the team combined $40,000. The lawyer over seeing this told me they were not doing what he told them to do. Now that attorney is referring me to his partner that is in "the weeds of it" of course I have not heard from him. Can payroll investigate themselves? Can they ask what i did during work hours when the job was completed 94 days ago? Can i post what they have done?