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I am sorry to learn of this situation. Unfortuantely CO is a "right to work" state - meaning your employer can terminate you at any time (including the Monday following the weekend you gave your 2 weeks notice).
You are entitled to your final paycheck following your dismissal immediately.
(One positive thing about your employer deciding to fire you instead of waiting out the 2 week notice is that now you are eligible for unemployment benefits - her decision to fire you instead of wait out your 2 week notice as agreed upon changed your dismissal from a "voluntary" to an "involuntary" dismissal and now you are entitled to these benefits).
Dear Customer,I am not referring to your employment benefits, I am referring to unemployment benefits through the state.
Yes - you are to be paid upon your termination.