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When is the final paycheck due when an employee quits under Hawaii law?

Pursuant to Haw. Rev. Stat. § 388-3, an employee is entitled to receive his or her final paycheck on the next regularly scheduled pay date if he or she quits a job with less than one pay period’s notice. If, however, an employee quits a job with at least one pay period’s notice, then the employee is entitled to a final paycheck immediately.

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