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Thank you. I want to make sure I understand your questions...are you asking if the employer can fire you because of the allegations?
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Hopefully, the allegations would be thoroughly and fairly investigated. The employer's appointment database should be thoroughly reviewed; the receptionists/secretaries should be questioned as they would be the ones that should have checked the clients in before you met the clients.
If the investigation comes back not favorable, then you may need to retain an Attorney who handles employment issues to assist you in challenging the investigation and fighting to retain your job.
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Thank you for the additional information.
Is there a camera installed in the school that would show that these people did have interactions with you on the dates in question?
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Your better course of action here would be to wait until the investigation is completed. If the investigation is not in your favor, you would need to ask questions about who was interviewed as part of the investigation, what evidence did they review; if there are cameras (most schools now have cameras for security reasons) and if so whether they reviewed the cameras.
I really do not know.