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It is perfectly legal for you to refuse to go to another evaluation if you have resigned -- the choice really is up to you. If you do not attend they can put the materials in your file without input from you. However, because you are leaving the approach that I would take is to attend the meeting and refuse to sign off on the evaluation. I would also ask a union rep to attend with you as a witness and tell them where their observations, etc. were incorrect. They cannot force you to sign anything. Unfortunately, there are no legal precedents except that if you are given a bad review to a prospective employer then you can take action against them for defamation of character. Again, most employment and union employment situations are either based on a written contract between the parties, or a union contract between the employer and the union and if you do not have the protection of either of those, you end up as an "employee at will" (meaning you can be terminated for any reason or no reason at all).