Employers are required to pay wages, including overtime, bonuses, and commissions, in a timely manner.
Employers are required to pay all earned wages, and pay out all accrued vacation, on the day of termination (or within 72 hours if the employee quits or resigns).
When an employer lets an employee go, oftentimes there are issues as to whether earned commissions are due and owing.
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