If I decide to quit and give my appropriate notice to my employer, can I still come back and work in that place but for others in the building?

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If I decide to quit and give my appropriate notice to my employer, can I still come back and work in that place but for others in the building?

I work as a concierge for a condominium building; I’m highly regarded there. Lately, I’ve had issues with my employer for matters that he does not appropriately take care of. For instance, a co-worker wasn’t doing his job and I spoke to our employer about it in a text. He then sent that text to the co-worker and told me that he didn’t send my name with it. Another instance was about another employee and a hygiene problem they had. He sent an email to all employees instead of speaking to that person personally. Lately I’ve been thinking about quitting and giving my indicated notice. If I do, can I still come back and work for residents in the building, even though they’ll tell me that I can’t? Residents can give me work withing the building. What are my rights?

Asked on October 17, 2017 under Employment Labor Law, Connecticut

Answers:

M.D., Member, California and New York Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 3 years ago | Contributor

In a private busness setting, an employer can prohibit a former worker from coming back into the workplace. That is unless doing so violates some written agreemnt that may exist as to this matter or constitutes some form of actionable discrimination (which it does not apper to).


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