I have been suspended while my company investigated 2 employees had stated I falsified records and stated I forced them to cheat on,surveys .I am the general manager of a restaurant company and have never had issues. It all stems from the fact I had told these individuals that they may have to work Sundays when needed and they got upset. I asked the company to please investigate as I have no reason to cheat and my numbers have never changed and they are causing harm to my integrity . I have now recd a 5 page letter stating that I must sign and return within 48 hours to defend myself but the bottom paragraph clearly states that my area director wants me terminated. Without clear evidence do I have a case?what can I do to protect myself isn't this retaliation from my employees
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