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I am an employee in a county run social services program. I was recently given a written reprimand for discussing confidential information with another county employee. This information is a lie with no substantiation of the truth by my direct supervisor. I even asked that she contact the other employee that I suppossedly spoke to but she refused to do so and moved forward with the disciplinary warning. I have a perfectly clean past and record and this warning based on complete hearsay will remain on my professional record for at least 18 months. I feel helpless to go above her head because the director of the organization approved the go-ahead with the warning as stated by my direct supervisor. I want this off my record but I like and need my job as well, help please! The other employee that I suppossedly spoke is willing to confirm on my behalf that I did not in fact speak to him about the case.
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