If you have lost your job one of the very typical questions that I will get is whether after being terminated you still get your vacation or sick pay that you earned. Generally, the first place you should look to determine this is what the employment handbook of your employer has to say on the issue. A good employment manual from an employer should spell out what happens with your vacation or sick pay after you leave employment. If the employment manual does not address it, and if the vacation or sick pay is earned, then my advice normally is that you are entitled to be paid that vacation pay after termination or leaving your employment. Of course, this issue may be affected by laws in your state, so make sure to consult with an employment law attorney in your state before proceeding with any action.
Another issue that frequently comes up is whether you are entitled to receive commissions you earned during your employment that have not yet been paid to you. In most instances you are entitled to be paid these commissions with one general exception. In some cases, if receiving your commission was based upon providing service to the customer after the sale, the employer may have a basis to not pay you your commissions. In addition, most good employment manuals will address in detail what happens to your commissions when your leave the employment of your employer.