My husband had his evaluation conducted with his supervisor. He later asked for a copy but was given a bogus reason for why he couldn't have it. A few days later my husband happened to see it on the supervisor's desk. My husband noticed the supervisor changed scores for lower numbers, and forged my husband's signature. What should he do?
Although what you describe is certainly improper, the last time I looked supervisors do not "commit a crime" when they alter a subordinate's evaluation and/or sign the employee's name on the evaluation. If that was a crime, the jails would be overflowing.
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