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    I am a hourly employee in California. My employer pays every 5th and 20th of each month. If the 5th falls on a Sunday is pay day on Friday or Monday?

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    Most will typically pay on the Monday.

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      Only a very few state have a law that requires the pay day to be accelerated when it falls on a holiday or other nonbanking day. Strangely enough, California is not one of them.
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        I think this would deffiently depend on the employeer and your job. I know many many MANY years ago I worked at McDonald's and they paid the 5th and the 20th regardless of it being a weekend day. So it may be that you will get paid on Sunday.

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          Originally posted by Pattymd View Post
          Strangely enough, California is not one of them.
          Go figure.
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          • #6
            See California Labor Codes 204,204A,204b and 205.

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