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It is not free and it is not only $5. The greet bot did not explain fully. The $5 is a deposit but you are charged the full question price as soon as I answer. So I don't want to go ahead until you confirm you understand and want me to go ahead. I don't know the full question price though because I don't work for the site.
As I said, I don't know. You have to ask customer service. I am a practicing lawyer and don't work for the site so I just log in the way you do and see a list of questions and choose which to answer.Please discuss with customer service and then let me know if you want to go ahead. I am happy to help but understand if you don't because of the confusion about the price.
There is a question price. It will be less than the $79. So there is a $5 charge and then some question charge. If you want a call there is an additional charge of $79 on top of the $5 and question charge.
OKI am going to check a couple of things and then give you the answer.
For vacation pay, if the employee has not taken any paid vacation then they are entitled to be paid vacation pay which is 4% of their pay. You have to provide this pay now later than the seventh day after the employment ended or the day that would have been the employee's next pay day, whichever of those days is later. You have to make a lump sum payment of this amount.
If the employee worked on the last day before a statutory holiday and then again on the first day after a holiday and you didn't pay them for the day they are entitled to be paid. If they worked during that day then they are entitled to time and a half.
In terms of the training day, if you required it then the employee is entitled to be paid for it as a regular working day. If it was voluntary then the employee is not entitled to be paid for the day.
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