California Employment Law
California Employment Law Questions Answered by Legal Experts
yes I have filed a grievance about the situation and it was denied by the company.
even with out a warning or anything in our union contract that states its a firing issue. our contract states there are only a few things that result in termination. the rest have to follow the stages of disapline. Those that you can get fired for our stealing company property or time, misuse or distruction of company property. using or distributing drugs on company property or time assulting a coworker or management while on company property or time.
Last month another employee in a fit of rage got in the managers face yelling and screaming and threating to kick his ass and all they did to him was give him anger management classes.
there has to be something i can do
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