Fringe benefits are those benefits that are determined by the employer. These include paid-time-off (PTO), vacation or sick pay, holiday pay, severance pay and health insurance. Unless the employer's policy or manual specifically provides for the payment of fringe benefits or requires compensation of unused fringe benefits to an employee upon his or her separation of employment, Tennessee Law does not require that an employee's wages or final wages include such compensation.
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- What can I do if I am being paid less than another employee of the opposite sex for the same work?
- What should I do if I think I was wrongfully terminated?
- Should I be paid for my mileage?
- Should I be paid minimum wage?
- Should I be paid overtime?
- Are there any regulations regarding salaried-exempt employees?
- Are there any regulations regarding tips?
- Should I be paid for being on-call?
- What do I do if I haven't been paid my bonus pay or commission pay?
- How many hours in a day/week can an employer work an employee?