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  • christamcd
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    Look at it from the other side if you were just given a pay INCREASE and then quit would you want the vacation to be paid at the lower rate?

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  • Betty3
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    I started to say that, DAW - that the recent pay decrease & then lay off seems suspicious but then I didn't. I wasn't positive pay decrease was just to pay less vacation pay if any empoyees "terminated."

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  • DAW
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    Just a thought, but if the change in pay rate and layoff notice occur at the same time, an argument could be made that this is the sort of violation discussed by the Suastez decision. Arguably otherwise all employers would just change all employee's pay rate to MW immeadiately prior to termination to reduce their liability.

    File a wage claim with CA-DLSE. It works or it does not. (No sure thing here).

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    Past that, DO NOT RESIGN, make them fire you. If you resign, you risk UI and the COBRA subsidy.

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  • Betty3
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    Ca. -Unless a CBA provides otherwise, all vested paid vacation time provided by a contract of employment or employer policy that isn't yet taken on termination must be paid to the employee as wages at the employee's final rate.

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  • profligate1
    started a topic CA: accrued vacation payout on term California

    CA: accrued vacation payout on term California

    I have worked for employer approximately 15 years and was recently given a pay decrease and layoff notice effective this week

    My accrued vacation (over 200 hours) was earned at the higher salary and I expect to be terminated or resign shortly. Is there grounds to require that my accrued vacation be paid out at the higher salary rate on my termination?
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