Should I Take The Right To A Hearing For Disciplinary Action?

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Should I Take The Right To A Hearing For Disciplinary Action?

Whenever an employer gives you the right to have a hearing on disciplinary charges that the employer intends to impose on you, you should absolutely request and follow through and get that hearing. At that hearing, the employer is going to have to present evidence to show that you were guilty or committed the offenses that it accuses you of. If there’s no evidence, if coworker don’t come forward and agreed that you engaged in that misconduct, you have a shot at avoiding the discipline. If you don’t request the hearing, you’re not gonna get that shot.

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