If my employer changed their pay schedule, shouldn't I have been entitled to advance warning?

Question Details: My paycheck has hit my account every Thursday from September of last year until March of this year. On 04/04, I went to check my account and had not gotten my check. After numerous calls that day to my employer, I was finally told they changed their payroll schulde and basically I would have to deal with it. I still get my check every week but a day later on Fridays, which would be fine but since they changed after almost 8 consecutive months and did not give any warning my account was destroyed due to auto pay bills that where already set to come out on Thursday. This has cost me several hundreds of dollars and they basically brush it off like it's not their problem. I'm just curious if they can be held accountable since no warning was giving

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