Missouri  |  Employment Law

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Asked on: 12/21/04, 12:13 am

Railroaded out of job

A co-worker trashed my cubicle because when she loaded paper

in a plotter, a project of mine printed out first. She used 3 sheets of

plotter paper, 4 ft. wide, 8 ft long displayed in my cubicle. I began

to hyperventalate when I came across this scene.

I reported the incident and was told I was overreacting. I turned in

documentation re: this and other incidents with this coworker & the

manager, who both happen to be lesbians, regarding ongoing

preferential treatment. I was ''shown the door'' refused to leave

and was mandated to therapy. Then they loaded my file with a

written warning, a final warning and a poor review.

Then I resigned because of the toll this abuse was taking on my

health.

How do I communicate in an employment hearing that this firm

railroaded me out of my position and that the documents following

this event were not true.

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