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Dear customer, my name is***** solicitor, thank you for using Just Answer, I will assist with your question today. Please allow me a few moments to review your post and I will respond accordingly. Kind regardsJohn Melis
Dear customer, where you have resigned and provided two weeks notice, and then the employer terminates a short time later, that employer is still required to pay you the notice period of two weeks employment in lieu of termination which was immediate.Where the employer fails to pay the two weeks you can raise an application on the Fair Work Commission website and they will investigate the matter and act on your behalf.In summary to your question, you are entitled to the payment.If you have any further questions, I would bee please to answer them.Kind regards *****
Dear customer, you are entitled to the two weeks pay as you have followed proper protocol, and if you choose, you could raise a claim at the Fair Work Commission, which would initiate investigation into the matter, and most likely result in a settlement of the two weeks pay.Kind regardsJohn Melis