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The HR leader gave her cellphone number to the HR Coordinator for work related reason. HR coordinator was being disciplined by her manager, the HR leader. HR Coordinator was upset, gave the number to her mother. The mother then texted the HR leader asking questions about the situation. Does this sharing of the personal cell number amount to Breach of Confidentiality (all employees sign an Oath if breached they know dismissal will result) and justify immediate dismissal?
I have been a part-time employee for a golf course for 9 years. For many of the staff it was seasonal work, however they often needed my help in the winter months and I was kept on. The schedule was put up by the newest manager and I am simply not on it. I was given no reason, and I haven't been spoken too. My e-mail hasn't had a response. When I called the head of operations I was told my attitude had been negative in the last few shifts--I had been complaining. No complaints from members or customers,, just the new manager however there was absolutely nothing wrong with my performance. Is it legal to not say anything to the employee ---just not schedule them? for something that is not even a fireable offence, and they have no actual proof of? People can have bad days!! I feel discriminated against, and after this length of time, loyalty and hard work don't they have to actually speak to me if they don't want me to be there?
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