I turned in my two weeks notice today and my employer took me off the schedule and group chat which we find our schedule and get announcements. Another employee turned in their just yesterday and is still working as regular. Are they allowed to do that by law?
Broadly speaking, especially in the private sector, your employer is allowed to discriminate for all sorts of valid reasons. E.g., your employer can discriminate against employees who are rude, unprofessional, they just don't get along with, who show up late, etc, etc.
What is often NOT ok to do, is to discriminate (or retaliate) against certain protected classes of people: based on color, sex, national origin, religion, protected activities such as whistleblowing, etc. The law here is highly complex and there simply isn't enough info here to tell any attorney if you have a case.
Your two weeks' notice, if that's all it is, is probably a valid reason to take you off the schedule if you are an at-will employee.
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