California: If I was in the middle of my probationary period and quit before the end of my probationary period, am I still entitled to my pay?

California: If I was in the middle of my probationary period and quit before the end of my probationary period, am I still entitled to my pay? I get paid biweekly, and I was wondering if I should give my notice 3 days before the payroll date, or after the payroll date.

1 answer  |  asked Dec 9, 2015 9:13 PM [EST]  |  applies to California

Answers (1)

Arkady Itkin
Yes, you are entitled to be paid for all hours of your work regardless of your probationary status. That status has no relevance to your right to be compensated.

Thanks,

Arkady Itkin

posted by Arkady Itkin  |  Dec 10, 2015 10:36 AM [EST]

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