Advice on Due Process or Labor Violation
1 Advice on Due Process or Labor Violation on Wed Sep 25, 2013 9:15 pm
2 Re: Advice on Due Process or Labor Violation on Thu Sep 26, 2013 10:35 am
3 Update on Fri Oct 11, 2013 4:03 pm
The account that I managed since my take over has increased in performance, reduced in employee attrition by over 10% and absenteeism improved by 10% daily.
The new VP of HR who started the same day as the notice of decision even mentioned. "By the looks of this, it looks like a personal relationship gone wrong, rather than a business relationship gone wrong." However he stated that he can no longer change the decision as the decision was already made prior to him starting.
I am frustrated because
1. It's clear my account is performing better than when I initially took over.
2. My boss compiled a sum of 23 different allegations that was served to me in 1 big lump sum.
3. No documentation or coaching ever happened.. So how can I break the trust of the company when I was never told about these things to begin with?
4. They even went as far as asking for feedback from my subordinates and even to the clients I support. Isn't that degrading?
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