Yesterday, I gave notice at my current job [which (a) I have only been doing for 2 months, (b) is fully remote due to the pandemic, (c) has been fully remote for my entire time (so I have never met my teammates in person)].
Today, I seem to have been cut out of the team communications - receiving no "good morning" emails and no response to my questions from my supervisor. (The daily good morning emails were initially tedious to me, but I realize now that they served as a means of human contact during this time of teleworking - not just accountability. )
I still want to be connected to others and am still working on a project (and would like answers to my questions so I can complete it with accuracy) .
Has anyone else experienced this kind of distancing after submitting a resignation?
Also, I am now wondering if I've made the right choice to move to a different job during such a time of uncertainty. Is this just because I had become attached to this team?
And, finally, should I say something so they know that this is not such a great way to treat someone during remote work while sheltering in place at home (or should I quietly let it go and ride it out)?