If my managment is showing me that it's okay to be a few minutes off when signing me in and out, how am I supose to know what the rules are. I was never written up or repromanded for 2 years. Keep in mind that I worked alot more than I got paid for, and my time variances of the 3 times that were less 6 minutes did not affect my pay. Also could you tell me if the employer has changed some of the rules and did so without changing the original employee handbook doesn't it make the original null and void?
What does it mean when you say "demonstrate that you were terminated for misconduct and not through no fault of your own and that the rule that you allegedly violated was reasonable".?
When I go to my appeals hearing, what do I need to emphasize on the most to win my case?
How do I prove that my management didn't enforse this rule?
And do I need to supeana witnesses for the hearing or could I bring notorized statements from them. If so what do they need to write to help me win my case?
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