Policy Notes: Terminations
State Law requires employers to provide a final paycheck, including all pay due, on the last day of work for:
- Employees being involuntarily terminated
- Employees who have resigned with at least 72 hours notice
The law provides an exception if the employee resigns with less than 72 hours notice, in which case the employer has a period of 72 hours to provide the final paycheck.
See Administrative Guide Memo 22.8: Separation from Employment, for the full University policy on terminations.
For detailed termination procedures, see the Termination Process Reference Guide.