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Im a key holder for dollar general and coming to work the

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I'm a key holder for dollar general and coming to work the other day I realized that the manager and a cashier had only completed three shelves of a new planogram, I was upset because the manager told me I had to finish the rest that night by myself. I gave my two week notice by telephone, nothing in writing. He then called me and told me that I could start opening in the mornings which is what I had been asking for and that another cashier's hours would be cut. I rethought the two week notice. Now he is telling me I have been replaced and not to finish the two weeks. Also, when I received my keys I was suppose to have received a raise which I have yet to see on my pay stub? Is the two week notice I gave valid and can he just tell me to leave?
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Employment Law
Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 7 years ago.
Unfortunately, without some written contract to the contrary, you are an at will employee and the employer can terminate you for no reason or any reason that is not based solely on your age/race/sex/disability. Once you gave your two week notice, in whatever manner you gave it, the employer is not bound to allow you to retract that notice and the employer can also decide not to allow you to finish out the two weeks. A far as your raise, if you were entitled to the additional money and never received it, then for that money you can make a wage claim with the TN Department of Labor's wage and hour division.

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Customer: replied 7 years ago.

not satisfied and would like a refund of my 28 dollars, thats what the site said in good faith.

 

Expert:  Law Educator, Esq. replied 7 years ago.
You are not satisfied because the law itself is not in your favor, but the experts cannot help what the law is. You asked for legal advice and you received the proper information under the laws of the State of TN. You are free not to accept, as per the terms of the site, but it is not because you did not receive a proper legal answer it is merely because you do not like the fact the law is not on your side and gives you no recourse other than filing for your wage claim and that is not the fault of the expert who answered your question.

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