Your HR & People Operations Questions, AnsweredIf a salaried employee puts their 2 week notice in, are they entitled to receive their vacation pay they have not used?
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If a salaried employee puts their 2 week notice in, are they entitled to receive their vacation pay they have not used?

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Betty asked 1 year ago

1 Answer
Jean replied 1 year ago
Hi Betty,

Around half of states require employers to pay out employees’ unused vacation time along with their last paycheck.

You can find more information here:

https://www.zenefits.com/workest/if-an-employee-gives-two-weeks-notice-are-they-entitled-to-take-their-remaining-pto-during-that-time/

https://www.workplacefairness.org/final-pay#3

We also recommend checking with your state labor department to find out your state’s specific rules.

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