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I work at a convenience store. On multiple occasions now, employees will simply choose to not show up because they no longer want to work there. This is now the 2nd time that this situation happens to me while working a 2nd shift, from 3-11pm. The 1st time, i called my manager & she came in to relieve my shift. The 2nd time she simply ignored my calls all night till morning. Having the good character that i have, i decided to stay the entire next shift (3rd shift; from 11pm-6am). The managers acted very naively as if it wasn't a big deal, however i feel taken advantage of. If I were to leave my manager a voicemail saying i quit and just leave the store when nobody else is there to attend customers, am i free to do so? without being liable legally for anything that happens after i leave?An example of this would be: I'm by myself at the convenience store i work at. I finish my shift from 3pm - 11pm. Nobody comes in to relieve my shift. I call upper management, nobody answers, because they dont want the burden of having to come in to relieve my shift. So after many calls to them, i decide to leave them a voicemail saying i quit. and i leave the store. Since nobody else is there to attend the store, as i was the only one at the store, if people began walking out with merchandise, or stealing merchandise or vandalized the store since nobody is there to attend them, would I be liable legally for anything that happened to the store, because i chose to quit & leave the store when no other employee was there to attend the store?