I worked for this company for a year and 2 months. During my time there, I've had conflicts and no support from managements. My question is: If I had a situation with my supervisor and at that moment that I am upset and I state to my employer "please consider the fact that I am a single mother with 2 children and that it's probably best for me to start looking for another job. And upon me finding other employment that I will then give notice of me leaving. My Supervisor then asks me if I am resigning. I replied NO, because I need to find employment first. I was only being honest and giving a heads up because I assumed this would be a win win situation for everyone. I wasn't happy with them and they weren't happy with me. Can my supervisor come to me the next day and ask me for a Resignation Letter based the conversation that she and I had the previous day? NOTE: I replied to her that I was not resigning and that I was not going to give her a Resignatiion Letter. Can she then write one up and state that due our conversation the previous day that they consider it as me having resigned and that my last day would be the end of the month? Since they provided me with the date of my last day of employment - isn't this the same as them firing me?? I clearly wanted to continue working and my only mistake was to be honest. Can they call this as me having resigned?