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Monday, December 21, 2015

Employment law


My Missouri law, if an employee quits are they entitled to there vacation pay?
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United States  |  Missouri  |  Business Law
12/21/15, 11:19 am


A lot of the answer to that question is going to be based on the employment contract you had with your employee. In general you are not required to pay them for that time unless that time is somehow accrued or earned. That is the best answer I can provide without further details about the type of employer you are and what type of employment contract they had.
Richard Simons
5525 Rockhill Rd.
Kansas CIty, MO 64110

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