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By Professionally Curtious - / Sunday 9 July 2017 18:30 /
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By  Misoranomegami  |  13

Sadly in a lot of companies this is the norm or at least relatively common. I watched my ex company walk several people out the door for giving notice. Then laughed when they got mad at me for giving 2 weeks notice because they weren't going to be able to replace me in 2 weeks and said I should have let them know earlier. Why would I?

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By  thehaystackerine  |  15

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By  Misoranomegami  |  13

Sadly in a lot of companies this is the norm or at least relatively common. I watched my ex company walk several people out the door for giving notice. Then laughed when they got mad at me for giving 2 weeks notice because they weren't going to be able to replace me in 2 weeks and said I should have let them know earlier. Why would I?

By  dancegypsy  |  0

If you are going to a competitor or have the ability to compromise or steal data they will do so to protect themselves, even if you are quitting and not being fired. It is very painful to watch.

By  RichardPencil  |  22

That’s bullshit! They need to pay you pro rata for the work you’ve done, plus any vacation benefit you’ve accrued. Get an employment lawyer to write them a letter demanding what is rightfully yours.

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  daengh  |  10

Not unless they're under a contract that says otherwise. They do still have to be paid for time already worked, but here in California (could be different elsewhere) the employer has a few days to get that done.

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