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I'm am Lincoln. In my place of business there some customer

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I'm am Lincoln. In my place of business there some customer who are expressing fabricated statements to my employer. My employer has come back accusing me of disloyalty, disseminating untruthful facts and misrepresentation of the company. I can prove these are fabricated allegations.
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Submitted: 10 months ago.
Category: New Zealand Law
Expert:  Chris The Lawyer replied 10 months ago.

Your employer must give you an opportunity to answer the allegations. You may have done so already, but you should tell him/her that you have an answer for these allegations, and that you want to discuss this, if they intend taking this any further. You will have the right to a support person at any such meeting and must have particulars of the complaints before the meeting to enable you to prepare for the meeting

Customer: replied 10 months ago.
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Expert:  Chris The Lawyer replied 10 months ago.

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