Sandy worked for a small printing company. She found a new job that would pay much
more. In accordance with company policy, she gave her employer a two-week notice that
she would be leaving. Her employer was upset she was quitting, so he terminated her
employment immediately. Sandy was upset because she thought she had acted properly
by giving her employer two weeks' notice. Her new employer will not be able to employ
her for two weeks. Sandy believes her employer has breached the employment
agreement and she should be paid for the two weeks between jobs. Is she right? Explain.
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