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i think my employer is trying to terminate me so i think they are trying to user my co worker statement .. because they dont have prove
If there is no proof you may challenge a termination as being without cause
if discriminatory, you may pursue a wrongful termination claim.
they did have conversation with me and i denied everything , , so what i did i send email to my hr manager claiming that s retaliation and from that time that dont talk to me about any accusation but i feel that they are trying to build case
You should build a defense
and gather evidence of the fact they lack cause or have discriminatory intent
chronological notes of any comments being made, witnesses
keep track of meritorious conduct by you including any compliments and promotions
to show your work is strong
well this what happen , i did give documentation to one of my coworker and i believe he is the one who spread the wrong info about me and i believe that my distict manager believe his story and thats why i called retaliation
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can they terminate me for something happens one year ago
Only if their reason is not discriminatory and does not violate a company rule
the delay is not a bar to taking action on it otherwise
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