COMPANY WROTE DRIVER UP AFTER COSTOMER CALLED IN ON DRIVER SAID HE WAS RUDE AND BAD BEHAVIOR /// IN COMPANY EYES CUSTOMER ALWAYS RIGHT /// DRIVER GIVING A VERAL WRITTEN WARNING AFTER 19 OF DRIVING NEVER BEEN CALLED IN BEFORE WOULD NOT HEAR DRIVERS SIDE /// YOU GET CALLED IN GUILTY AND WRITTEN UP // NO RIGHTS FOR DRIVER AT COMPANY AT ALL
State/Country relating to question: North Carolina
Thank you for contacting JustAnswer.com with your question. I will provide legal information related to your question.I am sorry to hear that but legally the employer has the right to take the customers word and not allow you to provide your side or appeal the decision to write you up. Employment is at will in all states and the federal and state law do not regulate how an employer can discipline an employee. The law only makes sure you get paid at least minimum wage and for any overtime your work.
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