Section 203 penalties
It was on top of mountains and I had already gotten stuck twice.
I was then suspended indefinitely pending an investigation without pay. But i have yet to get an update on if im fired. But if i am...
My question is if my first day of suspension qualified as a termination, and if so will i qualify for Section 203 penalties.
2 attorney answers
To further Mr. Pedersen's correct comment, there is narrow exceptions when the suspension is very long in duration that it could result in Section 203 penalties against the employer. If the company does terminate you, you should consult an employment law attorney if you feel the length of your suspension was overly long. Best of luck.
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Suspension is not the same as termination. You do not get a final paycheck for being terminated. That law only applies if you have been terminated.
Good luck to you.
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