California Employment Law
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Utah labor law does not require an employer to provide benefits to its employees. If an employer does establish a policy or practice of providing benefits they are expected to abide by the policy or practice in a non-discriminatory manner. However, they are allowed to implement that policy in any way they see fit. Thus, it is completely legal for an employee to get 8 hour holiday pay if that is what the employer wants to do.
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o.k. thanks appreciate the help! yes it does I guess my son is going to quit his job after 4 years.
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