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    I am an exempt General Manager in California. I have earned two weeks of vacation that I will take July 11-22 to visit Europe. A change of plans has actually extended the trip by one week. This will cause me to take an additional four days off (July 5-8) without pay (July 4th is a paid holiday). My normal work week is M-F 7:30 to 4:30. However, I usually work about 50-60 hours a week and there are occasions that cause me to work into the evenings and on weekends. For the purpose of calculation, I will state my monthly salary is $5,000.00. What is the formula used to calculate the amount that will be withheld from my pay?

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    Scheduling Time Off

    Your time off that is not paid was initiated by you. Therefore, your employer can deduct the week off from your pay. A such, it is taking your monthly rate and pro-rating it for the week(s) that you work.
    Lillian Connell

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