04/13/12, 11:11 am
So, if my store and district manager call me into the office and ask me to sign a blank document, and I sign it. The document is one of those that say they talked to you about something. They said they would fill it in later that they talked to me about switching positions from sales in the store to a different sales position. I asked for a copy of the document after they filled it in, for my records. I got it back and it said nothing of what they had mentioned. They filled it in as a write up that said I was not doing my job and my sales were not where they should be. Which is NOT true. They typed this up and printed it onto the paper I had signed. What should I do?
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Darrell York Says:

Apr 13,2012 8:09 PM

NEVER NEVER SIGN A BLANK DOCUMENT. You can and should write a rebuttal and have it placed in your personnel file.

Darrell York
Law Offices of Darrell J. York
27240 Turnberry Lane, Suite 200,Valencia, CA 91355

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