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Old 06-01-2016, 03:58 PM   #1
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Question Deducting wages for unearned vacation time

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My employer allowed an employee to take vacation shortly after starting despite vacation not normally accruing until after a year. The employee quit after two months and now he wants to withhold her last pay and invoice her for the balance of her unearned vacation and sick time that she used. I know and have told him that he cannot do this to no avail. My question is if pay is being withheld should the invoice be reduced by the gross amount since she never received her pay? Also even if she does return the money wouldn't an adjustment be needed to account for a return of wages that were paid?

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