Thank you. First of all, understand that an employer (or the supervisor) has the right to write anyone up even if they are wrong. The only times that they cannot do so is if they are doing so because of:
-PUBLIC POLICY (discrimination based on race, religion, creed, etc; or, a retaliatory termination due to a claim made by an employee); or
-CONTRACT POLICY (if one has a contract that disallows such an action)
-COVENANT OF GOOD FAITH (firing an employee to avoid paying a benefit, for example)
Anyhow, if the administrative rules allow for a rebuttal, the following is a good example of such:
To Whom It May Concern:
This letter is in regards ***** ***** the written warning I received on (date) for (matter). I am writing this letter for the record to state that I feel that the warning was in error. The reason why it was in error is the following:
As such, I wish that any party making any decision made off said warning also takes into consideration this letter and the facts herein. Thank you in advance for your time and attention.
CC: Personal Records
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