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There is no law which requires employers to keep disciplinary matters private. So, unless there is a clause in your union contract which specifically prescribes that right, you would not have any grounds for legal action. If there is a clause in your union contract to this effect, your recourse would be to file a grievance through your union representative. While your employer's conduct was certainly unprofessional, it would not give rise to any other legal remedies based on what you have described.
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