Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Washington, USA.
Well you have to get paid for that shift, it's illegal not to.
The misunderstanding sucks. As far as quitting in general, I have always written up a letter and just said, "I'm putting in my two weeks notice, my last day will be such and such date. I just found an opportunity I couldn't pass on, I appreciate all the skills this company taught me and enjoyed working with you." Just in case you have to quit again. =P
I would call and ask if you will be working your two weeks. Explain again it was a misunderstanding and you wish to finish out your notice. It would be the most professional thing to do and you don't want to burn any bridges. Who knows what could happen that would make you want this job back. I have quit three jobs, every one of them would take me back if I reapplied and they were hiring. It's good to have that back up, even if it was a terrible job.
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