Labour and HR Club Q&A
"Issued a Written Warning"
She told me i was getting a written warning for not listening to her when she told me to phone the seta and for giving her the middle finger by running outside and phoning the other manager.
My notice says Misconduct: Failure to follow instructions which has resulted in conflict in the office.
I told her i called the other manager as i was told that is who i report to. I also said i didn't want to make a call outside the company to ask someone where in the process we were. I though it would be more professional to find out this information within the company. I have asked everyone and no one call tell me what conflict was created.
I didn't know she was giving me a warning.
The other manager disagreed fully with the warning
I was not give chance to prove my innocence
She was the only person involved
I would like to know is this correct, can she give me this warning, in this way. Is the warning statement sufficient enough. What action can i take as i believe and feel this was very unfair.
User elsa.chantler asked at 07 Dec. 2017