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  • Another 2 weeks notice question.

    I have searched for "2 weeks notice" and everything was very helpful. However, I have specific questions. I gave my 3 week notice (writtien notice) this past week. It was accepted with one verbal modification initiated by my Directory of Sales- He wanted me to work 2 weeks. I agreed. It was announced to all deparments that I would be leaving two weeks. It has been this company's practice to immediately let people go when a notice is given. After I asked some specific question on Stock and final payment, I was told that yesterday would be my last day.
    Do I have any recourse for getting paid the balance of the two weeks ?
    I go in on Monday to "sign papers" which I was told that I would not be paid for that day. Is the verbal agreement some kind of contract? (This is Tennessee). Any help appreciated.

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    Duplicate post, answered elsewhere.
    The above answer, whatever it is, assumes that no legally binding and enforceable contract or CBA says otherwise. If it does, then the terms of the contract or CBA apply.

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