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My company lumps vacation and sick days together as PTO. My
My company lumps vacation and sick days together as PTO. My last day is Friday and I have 32 hours left of PTO. They are telling me that they can only pay me out 19 hours because 24 of those hours the… read more
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I offer 15 days PTO per year, earned each payroll, semi monthly. All of my employees are salary based. And one of them takes a lot of times off. According to him, he said when he's salaried, if he com… read more
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I am the Californa base S-Corporation owner. I have a field
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Is this legal in CA? Once you reach the maximum allowable
Is this legal in CA? Once you reach the maximum allowable amount (150%), then you will not earn anymore PTO until your balance drops below the maximum level. So, yes, you would forfeit earning any PTO… read more
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I have a question regarding paid time off... My small company
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referral from Tax advice: are there any California or other
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As an employer, I have a salaried employee that is preparing
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Hello. I started working as a salaried employee for a commercial
Hello. I started working as a salaried employee for a commercial property management company in California back in April of 2011. In May 2013, per my request, my status was changed to part-time positi… read more
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My grandmother passed away and I took a couple days off for the funeral and what not, I had asked to work from home since I am pregnant and would like to save my PTO and knew that I wouldn't necessari… read more
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I am a California employer with CA employees. We currently
I am a California employer with CA employees. We currently have a PTO policy that provides time off for vacation, sick leave and personal time. Since we are subject to CA Labor Code (as opposed to FLS… read more
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This is a labor law question. I work for a large HMO in CA. I am an hourly employee since July 2010 when I changed from salaried to hourly. Prompted by a complaint to our HR Dept from one of my co-wor… read more
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As equal third partners in an LLC are we to be considered employees,
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Hello - I have recently provided my two weeks notice to my
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I was working for a company in California under two different
I was working for a company in California under two different pay codes. I would work 40-50 hrs at my desk position during the week and get paid for this job from one payroll code. I would then work i… read more
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Our companys vacation policy has been that is is accrued at
Our company's vacation policy has been that is is accrued at the rate of 2 weeks/year for all full time employees (3.33 hours per bi monthly payroll) for years 1-4 of service. As of the employee's 5th… read more
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