Christopher, Thanks for the question. Read this for California wage payment on last payroll when work ends: http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlse/FAQ_Paydays.htm This is not a normal situation with the
Traci, I don't think it is fraud. I am guessing it is inept administration and/or poor communications between HR and Payroll administration. You just need to keep at it until they get it right.
Hi Michelle, It depends not on what's "customary" but rather what is required by law... California has specific laws pertaining to sick leave and vacation time. This , of course, is different if
Michelle, Thanks for your question. Company policies vary somewhat on unused sick days and voluntary and involuntary separations. So your best bet is to review the employee manual on vacation/personal/sick
Ed, I'm sure any employer who will bother calling a reference knows there can be some bias there. Personally, I dont put much weight on that. I would not have a blind reference determine who I hire