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    i gave my job a weeks notice. i have 21 hours left of person time. can i say my last day is friday but only work mon and tuesday and use the rest of the 21 hours for the week.

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    This is not a legal matter, it's up to your employer. Some employers don't allow you to take any paid (or unpaid) time off once you have submitted your resignation, which is not prohibited under CA wage and hour law. They could just decide to accept your resignation immediately or Tuesday at the latest.

    Whether they would have to pay out the 22 hours of personal time at termination would depend on the circumstances of the policy. Is this personal time like vacation, when you can take it whenever it's approved? Or are they like floating holidays, or your birthday or similar?
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      the person time is for anything.

      thanks for the advise i will look up in the hand book to see if i can find anything else. i do you vacation hours i will be paid for.

      thanks again for your help

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      • #4
        My recollection is that personal days that are not restricted as to when they can be taken are also vested like vacation. However, I couldn't find the cite, so you might want to call the Division of Labor Standards Enforcement of the Employment Development Dept. and inquire.
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