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    Last edited by dorigirl9; 01-23-2008, 06:39 PM.

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    The recruiter is incorrect. You must be paid for the full day; however, the employer can require that you use paid time off to substitute for the missed hours. If you are out of time to use, though, you still must be paid. The court affirmed the use of partial days of paid time off in Conley v. Pacific Gas & Electric in 2005 (thanks for the case cite, ElleMD).
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      I have a simular question. My former employment required me to pay employees whom came to work but left early for sick reasons but without docking hours from their accued sick leave. My current employer requires me to dock such time. Which is correct inCalifornia?

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        Either. As long as the exempt employees gets paid for the full day when they only work part of the day, the employer can require docking the sick bank or not.
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