I work for a company through a temp agency
in November of 2015, I was offered a permanent position and accepted the position in January of 2016. Since my permanent position with the company, there was no training department, there was policy and procedure in place, training was bits and pieces, I was not getting all the information at once, I was being bullied and harassed by my manager and co-worker a couples later. My manager approached me a couples months later aggressively telling I made to many mistakes, but failed to sit down with me and explain to me the mistakes and what the correct way is. Instead she would just blame me, and also the co-worker that trained me would tells the manager that she did train me on certain things, but she really never train me from start to finish.
JA: Have you discussed this with a manager, HR, or an attorney?
Customer: I had to file a complaint because of harassment, and I was not the only one that file a complaint on her, she had harassed so many people that the company did an investigation and she was fired. and the co-worker that trained me also quit. I have a new supervisor now, and it just seems like she pick up where the other manager left off. she would aggressively approach me in an unprofessional way, just to make feel like I don't know anything.
JA: Is the employment agreement "at will
," union, full time or part time?
Customer: the position is full time, I don't believe they are a union. I'm not sure if is at will, how would I know if it is at will?
JA: Anything else you want the lawyer to know before I connect you?
Customer: with the new supervisor that I am currently working under, she looks at the work that I took over from another co-worker that left the company, The issues with this work was that is was already a mess when I worked it. Just recently she review a work that I had question someone else, and it came back to here stating I did it wrong. And told her that I accept that I did it wrong and I will learn from this. She check some more of my work and still tells me I did wrong, so I question if it wrong, then what is the right way? She did not want to tell me the right way of doing things, but she will continue to tell me I'm doing things wrong. I told her that I was trained by the co-worker who did not give to much information, I got bits and pieces of information. She thinks tat I am make excuses, she says I should have already all this by now. but this new supervisor does not train me or answer my question on anything. Now for things that I did for the month of October 2016 she is saying she is concern about my work, just last week she and the director wrote an action of correction plan, and they want me to sign it. The supervisor did not verbally warned me, but instead she wants to write me up.