I work at a small company - there are fewer than 5 employees and my boss is actually the president and owner. I put my two weeks notice in yesterday. I made this decision as my work environment has been so toxic that it's taken a toll on my physical and mental health. (My boss is one to slam, punch, yell, and be vindictive when something goes wrong or when stress levels get high -- that's the short of it but it's been a cycle of toxicity for my entire time here.)
Since the company is so small, there is no HR department to speak of, which is why a lot of this toxic behavior is able to exist in the first place. I've been here just under a year. There's been a lot of turnover through the years.
Since I put in my notice, my boss has completely shifted gears and has been apologizing non-stop, has offered to leave the office entirely, I've had two meetings explaining my decision and how I won't change my mind, and just recently asked my other coworker (not HR or my direct superior in any way) to pull me into a meeting and lay out why I'm vital to the company.
This last point is what's got my nerves so fried. I think it's completely unacceptable to involve her in this way, and unfair to both of us. I'm firm on my decision and these manipulations are taking a huge toll on me. It's obvious to me he wanted to manipulate me by having my friend beg me to keep my job. This backfired on him spectacularly because she just told me the truth of what he said to her and shared that she felt like he was putting her in an impossible situation.
I feel like this has gotten completely out of control.
What should I do? Would it be unprofessional to leave without fulfilling the rest of my two weeks if this continues? I'm afraid I'm about to get pulled into another meeting so he can ask me again and try to bargain.