Thread regarding Centene Corp. layoffs

Vacation

Does Centene pay out accrued vacation if someone submits two week notice? Is it a practice to let someone go prior to their two week notice?

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Not in Florida, all my time was lost.

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Post ID: @pvwh+1g5fhMBU

Check your state laws - in some states like CA, CO, MA, and LA, they are required to pay out unused vacation upon separation. Most states let the employers determine payout policy, so refer to the handbook.

https://www.paycor.com/resource-center/articles/pto-payout-laws-by-state/

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Post ID: @3zoi+1g5fhMBU

Oh sweeties, this is in the employee manual. It has never been allowed, unless your state demand they do. Read the manual before you make grand plans. Use your paid time off to find a new job. Once you have the new job, take all your paid time off and don't give notice. Simple.

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Post ID: @1htm+1g5fhMBU

Definitely not in Missouri. I lost multiple PTO days when I left.

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Post ID: @1zss+1g5fhMBU

Only if your state laws say they have to, like California. If your unused PTO is rolled over at the end of the year (instead of use-it-or-lose-it) then your state laws probably say they have to pay you out on accrued, unused PTO. Check your state laws.

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