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  • 1 month notice, CA

    I have given my job a months notice so they will have time to find a replacement. My boss wants me to meet her in the office to discuss this. If they decide they do not want me to work through my notice will they still have to pay me through it. California

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    California Resignation

    This is what I found on the state's website:
    Q: I just gave my employer two weeks advance notice that I was quitting. Instead of letting me work until the date of my resignation, he told me that I was discharged, and instructed me to collect my personal belongings and leave. Upon leaving he gave me a check for all wages earned up through my last hour of work. Am I entitled to be paid for the time that I gave notice? Additionally, when must my final wages be paid?

    A: You are not entitled to any wages for the notice period because you did not perform any work during that period. For the purpose of wage payments, your employer changed a quit into a discharge, and all of your earned wages became due and payable immediately at the time he terminated you.

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