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I have received a letter Of notice to stand down whilst investigating

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I have received a letter Of notice to stand down whilst investigating complaints from my employer
That I have instructed various staff to not speak to a certain staff member
Verbally abused staff members including your Executive officer and direct manager
Intimidated and undermined staff to other staff members .
I have left work but feel theses allegations are untrue. This is also what happened to the previous manager in my role.I have been asked to attend a meeting next Wednesday?
Where do I go from here to get advice on what to do?

Such allegations need to be looked into and treated as serious.

In the meeting you should ask for someone to be with you, perhaps a lawyer or a person just for support and to write notes.

You are entitled to respond to each and every item put to you.

In the meantime if you are dismissed, you can file an unfair dismissal claim with fair work Australia.

Please accept.

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