I received a slanderous performance review that was filled with lies. I have witnesses, emails and documentation to back me up and discredit the employers false claims. They claimed I did not learn various software applications, claimed I had bad behavior and was very negative. The reality is they never gave me access to the programs and my work habits were never under scrutiny or complained about until I saw a doctor. Even the Occupational doctor that I saw who works for my employer told me they would probably try to cover their back and try to fire me for filing a claim. So, how does a worker go from having a good record to all of a sudden is out of control? They offered me a 30 day extended probation. I declined and resigned on the spot. Why give me 30 more days if I'm so horrible
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