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Does employer owe pay if you show up to work and they discharge you prior to punching in?
in california, if the employer waits until the employee comes for a scheduled workday, then supervisor notify's him he is fired by HR, and they don't give him his final paycheck either. Do they owe him any pay for showing up for work?
No, you are not entitled to any "show up" pay unless you belong to a union that mandates in its contract payment for showing up to work.
You are only entitled to receive pay for the actual time you worked. So, if you did not work on that day, you are not owed anything by your employer.
However, your employer should have given you your final paycheck upon dismissal.
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