In PA. Gave 2 weeks notice. Employee handbook request is 2 weeks notice. Told me that I was not going to work my 2 weeks and not paying me. Not fired. Resigned. Typical scenario has been they let people finish 2 weeks. No bad reviews or issues with my wor

2 week notice given per employee handbook request. No contract. First example in 2 years of not letting someone work 2 weeks. No work performance issues.

1 answer  |  asked Feb 5, 2020 6:26 PM [EST]  |  applies to Pennsylvania

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Harold Goldner
Your question is a little difficult to follow. (You know you don't have to capitalize the first letter of each word, right?)

Looks like you gave two weeks notice at a woorkplace where ordinarily two weeks is required and they offer to permit you to finish that term. In this case, they told you they *didn't* want to pay you for those two weeks so you quit, right?

If so, it's game over. Move along to your next job.

posted by Harold Goldner  |  Feb 6, 2020 1:57 PM [EST]

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