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Salaried employees

When a salaried employee quits, are they entitled to get paid earned time left on the books, vacation, personal leave, etc.?

Whether an employee, exempt or non-exempt, is entitled to paid time off payouts upon separation of employment depends on state legislation. Thus, please feel free to re-post your question or comment on this one with the state listed. We’d be happy to research applicable laws.

Absent state laws, employment contracts or collective bargaining agreements stating otherwise, employers are not required to payout accrued but unused paid time off banks.

It’s advisable to address payment of such paid time off banks upon separation of employment in paid time off policies. Keep in mind, though some states may not require payouts upon separation, they may require employers to abide by the terms of their payout policies. It’s important to know if applicable state legislation exists.

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