I have worked for this company for over fourty years. I have no previous complaints, aperfect record. I became accounting manager and Stores supervisor. The problem was with my stores clerk who was very unhappy with management. I was to talk with her and my supervisor who was very upset with her and said she should not be a manager which i recommended to him, he said he had complaints from others. He done the interview by him self with me knowing it. His first allogation to me was she said I sexual harash her I told him no way. He later change the allogations. My supervisor have had a problems with black employees under him over the last year. I could go into other details if i could call you or you call me.
Doe the company have to give me a written statement explaining my termination?
I am not in the union, I have always been company.
I don't know whether on I have a right to appeal the termination.
Yes I am alleging racial discrimination in my termination.
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