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I quit my job without notice, the following is in the Employee Handbook:
"If an employee decides to leave employment with the Company, The company requests at least two
weeks’ notice. Failure to provide notice may lead to forfeiture of accrued, unused PTO, as
determined by the company in its sole discretion."
"Any employee who is discharged by the company shall be paid only wages accrued to the effective date of the separation but no accrued, unused PTO"
The company has continuously cashed out PTOs for employees at their request in the past. Does that qualify PTOs as wages and make them due upon termination?
There is also a precedence where an employees resigned, and filed a complaint against the company, then was awarded his PTOs by the State's Labor Commission