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  • Should I sign this? Is it legal in California

    I am asked to sign an employee manual that has this under "termination of employment".

    "in the event of an employee wishes to terminate his or her employment, it is required that he/she give notice in writing of such intention at least two weeks prior to date of desired termination. Failure to do so will result in forfeiture of any terminal vacation pay & any pay following the last paycheck, which may have been accumulated."

    The section I put in bold concerns me. Is this legal? I've search the forum, but could not find an answer. Thank you in advance for your help.

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    Employees must be paid for all time worked and in California, vacation, once earned, cannot be forfeited.

    If you're required to sign it, sign it. It isn't enforceable anyway.
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      It sounded unenforceable, but I thought I'd check with you guys. Thank you for the quick response. I love forums!

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        Agree with Patty re California vacation. (vacation vested/earned must be pd. at termination unless a CBA provides otherwise)
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