eftda wrote:He then went off on how I didn’t tell anyone and left without clocking out. I find this odd because I told the Jr. manager I was walking to Carals Jr and he saw me punch out, and punch back in.
I'd provide proof that you did in fact punch in and punch out for lunch that day. There's a record of it somewhere, be it a timecard, computer record, something. Human resources or the payroll department should be able to provide it for you. I'd include that with a letter of resignation and explain that you just don't want to work in an environment where people don't check the facts before acting.
It's relatively nice, but gets the point across very clearly. Odds are that they will ask you to stay and may even give you a pay bump out of the deal. I'd politely turn it down and still resign though.