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I was hired at Pizza Hut on 1/19/2011 as a server. On 2/11/2011 I was held over on my job,not as a waitress but a dishwasher for 2 xtra hrs. The following day 2/12/2011 I called in sick. Found another job. On 2/13/2011 I called to give my two weeks notice and they said don't bother. Upon further proceedings I recieved a notice of termination dated 2/11/2011. They want a pay back of 2683.00 saying I quit. My question is this legal to do. How can I quit a job I don't have,according to their paperwork
I,m fighting an unemployment appeal. They said since I quit I shouldn't have recieved the money between 2/11 -7/11.
I still need to know if this practice of filling out the date on the termination page on the last day worked instead of the actual date is legal
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