By GottaGetOuttaHere - 9/11/2018 13:30
Today, during my yearly review, I was told by my boss that mistakes in my paperwork will be investigated by our company legal team. He also said, "Think of them as the TV or movie version of Internal Affairs" and said I would be considered "guilty until proven innocent." I can't afford to quit. FML
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By  phaelnb  |  26

Not how that's gonna work. "Guilty until proven innocent" means the boss can do whatever the hell he wants to screw someone over and get away with it.

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  phaelnb  |  26

Not how that's gonna work. "Guilty until proven innocent" means the boss can do whatever the hell he wants to screw someone over and get away with it.

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If OP's boss was going to screw him over anyway, why not just fire the poor bastard? onceuponatime456 is right. OP needs to get in touch with Matt Murdock, or Foggy Nelson, and be prepared to fight for his job, or at least some sort of severance package.

By  Paul B. Gyurcsanszky  |  14

Start looking for a new job immediately. If what you’re boss says is true, they will find any excuse to fire you anyway.

By  Justin Allan Bannister  |  9

innocent til proven guilty, lawyer up!!!