By AloisTrancy - 24/10/2019 22:00

Corporate logic

Today, I was called into the office and suspended due to allegations made by a coworker of poor work performance. Yesterday, I received a certificate praising my work performance. I might be dismissed at any moment. FML
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By  mcsmee  |  4

Wait - were you accused of poor performance by a co-worker? Or did a poorly-performing co-worker make some other type of allegation against you? Sentence structure matters.

By  E2dav  |  4

Allegations of poor performace even though you have proof of recent praise for your work? They are up to something - tbh your co worker could just be a trouble maker (I've know a few of those) or someone could be after your job.

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By  Ellimac21  |  9

What type of allegation ? Even if you are better than him/her your job, if you have been mistreating him/her, they have the right to report you.
If the accusations are rubbish, ask for proof

By  E2dav  |  4

Allegations of poor performace even though you have proof of recent praise for your work? They are up to something - tbh your co worker could just be a trouble maker (I've know a few of those) or someone could be after your job.

By  mcsmee  |  4

Wait - were you accused of poor performance by a co-worker? Or did a poorly-performing co-worker make some other type of allegation against you? Sentence structure matters.

By  mas12806  |  21

Suspended due to an ‘allegation’ of poor performance, that they didn’t request proof for? Talk to HR, consider suing. Because suspension stays on your record

By  0neiros  |  12

Slap the certificate down on the table and tell them to stop playing games because the state labor board doesn't like businesses that play games.