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I told my boss I was resigning and she asked if i could give two weeks more. I said yes, came to work the next day and she had a note for me stating that it would not work out and that i was to finish out the day and then consider my resignation effective. Is she liable to pay me for the two weeks we agreed upon?
Asked on May 27, 2009 under Employment Labor Law, Vermont
B. B., Member, New Jersey Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 12 years ago | Contributor
I doubt it. Your employment was at will, meaning you didn't need to give a reason for leaving -- and she didn't need a reason for letting you go. It would be different if you had a contract, but I very much doubt that the conversation asking you to stay on another two weeks would be considered as forming a contract for that time, if you didn't already have one.
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