I recently resigned from a full time with benefits position due to the ongoing problems my family dynamic caused the employer/location. I had been written up due to multiple abscences during flu season, stomach virus season, etc, from having a sick child. I knew that if I didn't resign to save my career repretation and character, I would eventually be written up with a final warning if not termination
In my resignation letter, I stated that I would like to stay with the company prn ( as needed). The location I worked with did not want to keep me prn but a different location within the company took me on prn because they knew I was a good employee.
During my 30 day notice period, (which was required per contract due to nature of my employement), after giving a notice of resignation, I was written up again out of retaliation
and I refused to sign that write up. (My child had become ill once again and I was absent from work but was able to come in on my day off to recoup the hours)
Now that I have started with a different location prn within the same company, my new location wants to hire me full-time with benefits. When they went to HR to obtain my employment file, my former manager had placed a "correctional status" notice on my employee file just a few days prior to my processing day to block my reinstatement as a full time employee. Is this legal and is there anything my current manager can do to derail my former managers attempts at retaliation? Also, Is it customary practice for an exit interview
to be denied an employee when requested even though the employee is just going from one position to another within the same company?