Final Pay owed?

1 Answers. Asked on Jun 16th, 2016 on Employment Contracts - Ohio
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Facts: I was hired and received a signing bonus that I would have to repay if I voluntarily left with-in certain period. I gave 2 weeks notice within that period. Company decided to "accept my resignation one week earlier than my promised last day of employment". I understand the employer is not obligated to pay me for that last week but would them sending me out earlier constitute an employer initiated termination? This would thus impact my obligation to repay my bonus. Just covering my bases before I repay the bonus.
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Answered on Jun 23rd, 2016 at 9:01 AM

You need an Ohio employment attorney to review the contract in order to get a valid answer. 

 

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