To make an unnecessarily long story short, I was terminated for going into quarentine. I followed procedure, did all my homework. I got a letter telling me to update my employment status within 72 hours or further disciplinary action would be taken 3 days after my quarentine started on May 5th. I didn't break a cardinal sin. There was never any disciplinary action taken against me. No verbal warning, no written warning, nothing. The only disciplinary action I received was the singular letter I received that was written the day I was to begin quarentine. I called back into work a few days ago when my quarentine ended and when I arrived I was told I had been "cancelled". I asked why and to speak with operations manager. My boss called him and the reason was "I don't want that girl anymore because of absences". It was also spoken that if I was union this wouldn't happen, but im not. I am! I went in the next day and spoke to my steward who is filing a grievance. To get to the point. No one told me what the hell to do next. And I think I may have accidentally ed myself over because I haven't gone into work the last two days assuming I would be sent home. I then hopped on here frantic that that decision was wrong and read about a working termination. What if i was already terminated? Was I supposed to be going into work? I'm a relatively new employee, i have seniority, but dont know what the hell is going on.