My husband had accrued 69 hrs which they refused to pay him. Their reason was because he was fired 10 days before he was elgible to get paid? What can he do.
Employment / Labor Attorney
Employers can impose waiting times before vacation pay and sick pay vest. Take the employer's written policy to a CO lawyer or the CO Department of Labor for a review.
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