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It is standard practice for the employer to share the write up with employee and to go over the expected corrective actions.To write them up and not give them the write up would not be productive for either party.So yes they should share with you what you were written up for and and any corrections the employer expects.
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They would give you written notice here is they are writing you up and putting it in your employment file.They usually have you sign a receipt and give you a copy here.
It is hard to know what you did if they don't provide this to you and what they expect as a corrective action here.Thanks again and the best here.
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