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    I worked for a bank for 4 yrs, and I put in a 2 weeks notice. I was asked by my supervisor where I was going. I didnt know any better, and said FCU which is a Credit Union. Later on tht day I recieved an email indicating that Credit Unions are the banks top competitors, so I was told my last day would end at the end of my shift. I was not paid for my two weeks notice in which I've been told by several people I should have recieved a check. How Can I get that from them? Also, I there was a week of vacation I never took. I only took 4 days out of the yr, they sent me a letter in the mail saying I owe them money for taking more vacation than what accrued for that year. What can I do to fight these two issues?

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    Originally posted by mrsfurrow View Post
    I worked for a bank for 4 yrs, and I put in a 2 weeks notice. I was asked by my supervisor where I was going. I didnt know any better, and said FCU which is a Credit Union. Later on tht day I recieved an email indicating that Credit Unions are the banks top competitors, so I was told my last day would end at the end of my shift. I was not paid for my two weeks notice in which I've been told by several people I should have recieved a check. How Can I get that from them? Also, I there was a week of vacation I never took. I only took 4 days out of the yr, they sent me a letter in the mail saying I owe them money for taking more vacation than what accrued for that year. What can I do to fight these two issues?
    What kind of employment experts are giving you advice? If you do not work, you do not get paid. Two weeks notice is for the employer to replace you. They have the option of letting you go immediately.

    As for the second issue, if you took more vacation time than you earned, you do owe them.

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      Agree with GotSmart. They don't have to pay you for days not worked notice given
      or not. It seems you also owe them for taking more vacation than you had so far
      accrued.
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        "...I've been told by several people I should have recieved [sic] a check."

        Who are these people and where did they receive their legal training?

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          Good question. Whoever they are, they are wrong.
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