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can a manager ask me to find someone to cover shifts AFTER I quit?

I have to laugh at the audacity of employers today. OP, they can ask you this all they want. Whether you do it or not is a different story. Part of a manager's job is staffing. At no point is staffing ...
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can a manager ask me to find someone to cover shifts AFTER I quit?

Of course they can Send them a contract stating the hourly rate you require as a recruiter for them (which should be considerably more than your rate as a fast food worker) and, when they sign it, do ...
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can a manager ask me to find someone to cover shifts AFTER I quit?

cover my shift times for the week AFTER I quit I think this language is probably triggering, as when you were working there it had an implicit threat. Find someone else or you have to come in. ...
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can a manager ask me to find someone to cover shifts AFTER I quit?

Can they do that? They can delegate any task you are qualified for to you (assuming the task is not against morals, ethics or laws, or dangerous to your health). And given that they are your boss, ...
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can a manager ask me to find someone to cover shifts AFTER I quit?

An employer can't make an employee do anything. You're free to refuse their demand whether you continue your employment or not. Consequences may vary for refusing their demand, but since you're ...
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can a manager ask me to find someone to cover shifts AFTER I quit?

Yes, they can do that, but you do not have an obligation to succeed in that task. It is a simple work task that has been given to you, however the entrepreneurial risk in succeeding resides with the ...
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can a manager ask me to find someone to cover shifts AFTER I quit?

The purpose of two weeks notice is to permit orderly transfer of your knowledge and responsibilities. I would say that it isn't unreasonable for them to ask you to help find and train your replacement ...
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can a manager ask me to find someone to cover shifts AFTER I quit?

No. You had quit. It is their responsibility. They are being unprofessional. You can remind them that you won't be there any longer. But don't let it bother you.
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