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    I have a question in reqards to vacation pay.
    I work in a Dental office and we don't have an employee hand book of any kind. At the begining of each year (Jan) we are given 1 week paid sick leave and 2 weeks paid vacation. I have recently given a 1 month notice of quiting my job and was told that my vaction time would not be given to me. This has left me quite puzzled as every other employee who has left the practice has been given payment in full for all of the leave they had left on the books. Is it right/leagal to do this in the state of california? My last day of work will be on wed. and I'm trying to make sure that I handle all of this right.
    Thank you for any help you can give me in this matter.
    Faith4tomorrow

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    Vacation

    Your employer is required to pay you the vacation you earned but did not use at the time of termination.
    Lillian Connell

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