Written up for one issue and suspended. When I inquired about it and asked too see the so called video footage. I was told I was written up for other issues as well not just the one that's on the write up. No footage has been shown too me and I have asked several times. I have been at this company for over 3 years and this is my second write up in a few months.
Assuming you were working without a formal written contract, you don't have a claim. Texas is an employment at will state meaning employer or employee can end the work relationship at any time for any reason or no reason as long as there is no legally prohibited discrimination based on age, sex, race, et cetera. No law guarantees a pleasant working environment and you should be prepared to find another job.
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However, if your employer has written policies that it abides by, such as requiring certain procedure of write up, suspensions, terminations, it must abide by those or face repercussions. Typically when such issues are in place they also have to give you written notice of your alleged wrongdoing.
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