I was fired due to policy violation I worked for Wells Fargo
I was fired due to policy violationI worked for Wells Fargo for almost 3years. I was hired as as a teller March 2014 and 11months later I became a personal banker. In October 2016, two weeks after coming back from my maternity leave I was terminated due to policy violation.When I was a teller in April 2014 I took my parents to Wells Fargo to open new accounts (requirement to meet sale goals). Wells Fargo requires the personal banker to open the account for the customer and get them sign up with at least 4products when opening a new acct which are checking, savings, debit card and online banking! When the personal banker who helped my parents open their accounts he asked for their email and my parents don't use emails, so the personal banker asked for my personal email and used it to set up their online banking. I became a personal banker February 2015 and I was always pushed to get more sales and more products from customers, every time I would let a customer walk away without online banking or a savings account my manager will question me and say I didn't push hard enough or asked enough questions to get them set up with all the services required!!! I would say they don't have an email address or they don't neeed a savings. In different occasions she even said I should grab the customers phone and check if they had an email that way I could set up online banking for them. As a personal banker I brought a lot of friends and family members to open new accounts and most of the time they didn't need a savings or didn't want online banking but due to all the pressure I had I would push them to get that extra savings and offer to use my personal email to set up their online banking. Since the personal banker who open my parents account used my email to set up their online banking I didnt see a problem with using my personal email to set up online banking for friends and family. I went on maternity leave June 3rd 2016 and went back to work on September 23rd 2016. Two weeks after coming back from my leave investigations department called me and started questioning me about my personal email address and why so many people had that email on their accounts, at this point I had completely forgot about that other banker using my email to set up my parents account so it looked like I came up with using my personal email all by myself. After being on the phone for about 30mins they said they had no more questions two days later I was terminated. Was my termination justified? Can I sue Wells Fargo for not giving me a warning or can I get any kind of compensation? customers most of them my family but a few were close friends or good customers of mine
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I have been working for a company for 8 years. They recently
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In Illinois, we have 3 employees out on maternity leave and
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I have an employee who is coming off of maternity leave. She
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We are a California beauty salon with two receptionists each
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