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Is this the law in California???
That is what I meant. In California, the salaried employee must be paid at year's end for all unused PTO Time. To avoid having to pay at the end of the year, the management is insisting that all or most of the PTO time be used. (so the employer can avoid cashing out the employees). Does the employer have a right to do this???
I do not get overtime. I am a professional salaried employee here in the State of California. PTO is a benefit I get. Again, my question is, can I be forced to use PTO time (so the company can avoid cashing me out at the end of the year)?
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