I received another NTE on Jan.9 for NCNS dated Dec.26, 2011. I noticed that the possible sanction was formal warning, and first offense. I took it that my supervisor became considerate or that since the NTE was being issued on a new fiscal year that's why the sanction and offense were similar to any first NCNS offense.
On Jan.20, I completed the NTE, signed it, and submitted it to my supervisor. Since I work on a different shift, I put the form in an envelope and asked my co-worker to submit it for me. This was around 10PM. On the same day, at 11:11PM, my supervisor emailed me that he is giving me another IR for the same offense (NCNS) because he used the wrong form in the 2nd NTE (dated Jan.9). The forms are the same but the sanction and level of offense are now different. I believe he is deliberately trying to get me to sign a seemingly similar NTE.
What is your recommended action on this? I don't think I should be held accountable for my supervisor's negligence when he filed a wrong NTE -- or form, as he claims.
Additional info -- I have been with the program for almost two years with an average attendance of 99.9%. A new supervisor comes in and he issues NCNS for the two dates -- no consideration for me complying with the rules during his 5 months' tenure (starting August 2010).