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*** Proud Mommy<3 1 child; Ashville, NC, United States 156 posts
11th Sep '13

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Rebekah Garden x3 Due October 5 (boy); 33 kids; Fall River, Massachusetts 5223 posts
11th Sep '13

Idk if there is anything you can do, but I would certainly be going in their to chew them out!

Proud Mommy<3 1 child; Ashville, NC, United States 156 posts
11th Sep '13
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Back to Noob Status Ohio 14048 posts
11th Sep '13

No. It isn't worth the headache, especially if your SO is willing to help you out. It sucks that you couldn't give a two-week notice, but your former boss seemed like an absolute dick. Work should NEVER be more important than your education.

♥Manda♥ Sunnydale, CA, United States 29463 posts
11th Sep '13
Quoting Mother of a Princess :):" I worked at this dead end daycare job for the past year and three months. At first, it was good. I was ... [snip!] ... ago. But even if I didn't, the court costs would be more than I would be getting back. Sorry for the rambling, I'm just livid."


Personally I would just leave it, you didnt give them sufficient notice of your intent to leave the job, you cant really expect sufficient notice of their intent to drop your pay to minimum wage. Unless you NEED that cash, it will cause more hassle to fight it. Just enjoy your new job :)

Proud Mommy<3 1 child; Ashville, NC, United States 156 posts
11th Sep '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Manda♥Bella:</b>" Personally I would just leave it, you didnt give them sufficient notice of your intent to leave the ... [snip!] ... to drop your pay to minimum wage. Unless you NEED that cash, it will cause more hassle to fight it. Just enjoy your new job :)"</blockquote>




Thank you :)

user banned 2 kids; Medina, New York 1612 posts
11th Sep '13

Please report them to dss if you feel that way!!!!

Mrs. Brightside 2 kids; Lichtensteig, Switzerland 11733 posts
11th Sep '13

I would say something to them, call corporate and see if they will give you your money. If not, I wouldn't pursue it any further. It will be more money and a bigger headache than its worth.

A is Me 1 child; South Carolina 3782 posts
11th Sep '13

I'm in sc too and it seems like anything to do with workers' rights sucks here.
I wouldn't argue. Your boss will probably just say that he did give you notice anyway. Just be happy you got out of that dead end job! Congrats on the new one!!!

Proud Mommy<3 1 child; Ashville, NC, United States 156 posts
11th Sep '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting A is Me:</b>" I'm in sc too and it seems like anything to do with workers' rights sucks here. I wouldn't argue. Your ... [snip!] ... just say that he did give you notice anyway. Just be happy you got out of that dead end job! Congrats on the new one!!!"</blockquote>




Thank you! :) I'm just going to ask to see my signature and all that jazz.anll And you are so correct. This state is annoying.

Proud Mommy<3 1 child; Ashville, NC, United States 156 posts
11th Sep '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting [JiLLiAN]:</b>" Please report them to dss if you feel that way!!!!"</blockquote>




I am. I reported anonymously them when I worked there but they clean up fast for DSS. It annoys the shit out of me.

user banned 2 kids; Medina, New York 1612 posts
11th Sep '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mother of a Princess :):</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting [JiLLiAN]:</b>" Please report them to dss if you feel that way!!!!"</blockquote> ... [snip!] ... I am. I reported anonymouslu them when I worked there but they clean up fast for DSS. It annoys the shit out of me."</blockquote>



DSS shouldn't notify them they are coming. That sucks :(

Destinite 1 child; 2 angel babies; Paradise, FL, United States 31668 posts
11th Sep '13
Quoting Mother of a Princess :):" I worked at this dead end daycare job for the past year and three months. At first, it was good. I was ... [snip!] ... ago. But even if I didn't, the court costs would be more than I would be getting back. Sorry for the rambling, I'm just livid."

Nope, it is perfectly legal to do it.