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The six-day rule would apply to calendar days, not just business days.
As far as the file goes - in Texas you are not allowed to see the file.
Texas follows common law principles - although under Federal law, you would have the right to view your file, just not receive a copy.
So what are my options if they do not get my check to me in 6 days?
what are my options if I feel (by the number of terminated nurse's in the last month) that I may have been terminated because of age discrimmination?
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