California Employment Law
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(1) You are entitled the unused portion of your paid time off.
(2) Was your contract a term contract? If so, the contract must be fulfilled unless you breached the contract. If not, then no.
(3) No notice unless otherwise stated by contract.
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Did you get rest breaks for 10 minutes every 4 hours of work?
Did you receive uninterrupted 30 unpaid meal breaks every 5 and a half hours?
Were you classified as an independent contractor?
Were you provided with a accurate and itemized paystub? See link to 226 (a) http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displaySection.xhtml?lawCode=LAB§ionNum=226.
No it does not, but presumably you had the same agreement moving forward entitling you to 3 weeks paid time off. I would attacmpt to enforce the PTO issue.
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