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I never filed a complaint in writing. I made a verbal statement to the person giving me the write up that I knew it was in retaliation for my resignation and I refused to sign acceptance of the write up. I simply wanted to leave in peace because I wanted my career intact. Now once my new manager has returned to look in my employee file to change my status back to full time she has hit a roadblock with HR because of this "final correctional status" my former manager has placed me in. Mind you this status was not there on the day of my leaving the previous manager's location. It would have had to have been there when my current manager saw file to make me a prn employee. This is why I also feel it is in retaliation for being brave enough to leave one location for a better or more flexible opportunity.
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