Wages must be paid in cash or by check, redeemable in cash, at a bank whose name and address are displayed prominently on the face of the check. An employer may pay wages by electronic deposit to a bank or other financial institution designated by the employee. An employee may refuse to have his or her wages deposited by electronic transfer by filing a written request with the employer. An employee may not refuse to have his or her wages deposited by electronic transfer if:
• For the calendar year preceding the pay period for which the employee is being paid, the employer's federal employment tax deposits were $250,000 or more; and
• At least two-thirds of the employees have their wages deposited by electronic transfer (UT Code Sec. 34-28-3).