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You still have to pay them on or before the date of the next regularly scheduled pay date. You could, if you desired, write a provision into your policies that employees not providing/completing 2 weeks notice waive any right to unpaid vacation or bonuses. However, as far as wage goes, you cannot dock it or delay payment for not providing notice and completing said notice on the job.
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