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I was recently brought into office with Director, Superviser,

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I was recently brought into office with Director, Superviser, and educator.

I had had some difficulty with new printer used to retrieve assession numbers for labs. And was asked to work a day shift to practice with and master the use of the printer.

Naturally I assumed that was the subject of the visit.

I have worked at the facility for over 5 years always with good reviews.

I was asked if I do any illicit drugs.

I was told that with feedback given by a few Team Leader's, I was not hireable and nothing had been written up because they felt sorry for me.

The director has been there a few months and really does not know me. And I feel as if I've been punched. I had absolutely idea what to do.
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: California Employment Law
Expert:  Joseph replied 3 years ago.
Hello and welcome to JustAnswer.

I'm sorry to hear about your situation and hope I can help.

What question do you have regarding your situation?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

What should I do? I love my work.

Never had an issue like this, definately not feeling any empowerment. Feeling very threatened and shocked......sad...depressed...deflated...numb..

Expert:  Joseph replied 3 years ago.
Hello Beth,

What was the nature of the allegation made against you? Are you being terminated or suspended, or anything?

Does your employer want you to take a drug test?

Finally, are you an 'at-will' employee, or do you have an employment contract with your employee or are you represented by a union?

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