If I Quit My Job, Or If I Am Terminated, Does My Employer Have To Pay Me All Wages Due That Day?
No. State law requires the employer to pay an employee all wages due him or her within 48 hours of the day of separation or the next regularly scheduled pay day, not to exceed 30 days.
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