Q: I've read that Oklahoma vacation labor laws state that even if you quit/fired from your job your still titled to your
Vacation pay if you earned your vacation I earned mine than two weeks later I was moving so I asked if I could put my two weeks in and than take my vacation but I was denied this was two years ago but I just learned that in some states(Oklahoma) it doesn't matter if you was fired or quit your still in titled to the pay. I called them and they said since I quit It went away is this true or should I call headquarters.
A: I do not know OK law, but generally there are no laws concerning paid time off. Usually it turns on what the employer's policy is on paying out these benefits. I also note two years may be too late. To see for sure, try contacting an OK licensed employment attorney.
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