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  • Resigned with negative PTO balance

    I recently resigned my position, but I have a negative PTO balance. My company is saying I have to pay that back to them, which will come out of my last paycheck. I am a full time salaried professional employee. I think I am considered "exempt" per the FLSA standards. My company is in Colorado. Any help would be appreciated.

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    At the situation, please consult with a lawyer or a man who knows about the procedures of this PTO. Utilize your contacts in that you have in that company and enquire about the company decisions and is there any way to avoid this payback. I think your friends in that company may help you to solve this problem. A professional guide will always help you in this case.
    All the best , keep trying. Your problems will be solved soon.

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