What I wish was different
I was hired on with a pay rate of $10/hour and after noticing my paychecks were less than they should have been I discovered that I was only getting paid 8$/hour. I notified my supervisor and was informed the mistake would be corrected and would be receiving back-pay. After several weeks of asking I was eventually told that they could not adjust my rate and I would not be given any amount of back-pay.
Right after the closure of the campus due to COVID-19 I was informed that my job could be terminated in the future. Understanding this, I requested from my supervisor that if they had any suspicions of this occurring to let me know as soon as possible that way I could search for another job, this was back in March/April of 2020. I was informed via email three days before I was "not going to have any scheduled shifts for at least the next month". I had zero write-ups and nothing to go against my conduct, yet was forced to quit my job.
I enjoyed my job and was given the max amount of hours possible. I feel I was treated unfairly in my termination as well as by my pay rate being promised to be corrected and back-pay to be given only to be neglected. I understand why I was terminated due to the circumstances however, the manner in which it was handled was unjust.