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Unfortunately, CA law requires employers to pay employees for all accrued but unused vacation time immediately upon separation of employment. If the employees are quitting mid year, you would typically be able to pro rate the amount of accrued time. for instance, if you give 4 weeks per year and they left after the first 3 months of the year, you would typically only have to pay one week's vacation because only one week actually "accrued" at the time employment ended.
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