A three day pay or quit was delivered Thursday. I have read different ways to calculate such as weekends don't count or just Sunday doesn't count. How are the three days calculated?
I assume you are referring to the date a final paycheck is due when an employee quits. If the employee gives at least 72 hours' notice, the final check is due on the final day of employment. If the employee does not give at least 72 hours' notice, the employer has 72 hours/3 days to provide the final check. All days count regardless of if they are weekends, holidays, etc.
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