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Good morning, Legally, if you left normally you cannot file for benefits. However, where you are subject to a hostile environment you can.
Likewise, if they materially change your pay, dont pay your hours, or otherwise materially change working conditions.
You may also separately seek to use their breach to negotiate an out of court settlement negotiated by local employment counsel - which company will often do to avoid risk and costs of a lawsuit or labor board investigation.
It is an employment at will. You can seek to negotiate a severance, file for unemployment, negotiate improved terms, but absent some discrimination in their doing so, their poor judgment in handling your position is not in itself illegal. You still have rights as I mentioned, but their conduct is not in itself against the law, just not very wise.
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